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FLAG OF THE PENNSYLVANIA SOCIETY 
COLONIAL DAMES OF AMERICA, 



REGISTER OF PENNSYLVANIA 
SOCIETY 

OF THE 

COLONIAL DAMES 
OF AMERICA 



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INSTITUTED APRIL 8, 1891 
INCORPORATED JULY 13, 1891 



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PHILADELPHIA 

1895 






PRINTED FOR THE SOCIETY 

BY 

J. B. LIPPINCOTT COMPANY. 

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OFFICERS 



National Society 

OF THE 

COLONIAL DAMES OF AMERICA. 



President. 

MRS. HOWARD TOWNSEND. 
New York Society. 

First Vice-President. 

MRS. BEVERLY KENNON. 

District of Columbia. 

Second Vice-President. 

MRS. HENRY G. BANNING. 

Delaware Society. 

Treasurer. 

MISS ELIZABETH BYRD NICHOLAS. 
District of Columbia. 

Secretary. 

MRS. WILLIAM REED. 

Maryland Society. 

Assistant Secretary. 

MRS. J. J. JACKSON. 
Maryland Society. 

Registrar. 

MRS. FREDERICK A. PACKARD. 

Pennsylvania Society. 



OFFICERS 

OF THE 

Pennsylvania Society 

OF THE 

COLONIAL DAMES OF AMERICA. 



President. 
MRS. E. D. GILLESPIE. 

First Vice-President. 
MRS. WM. BACON STEVENS. 

Second Vice-President. 
MRS. CHARLES CUSTIS HARRISON. 

Treasurer. 
MRS. ISAAC STARR. 

Recording Secretary. 
MISS HELEN B. TYLER. 

Corresponding Secretary. 
MRS. JAMES MIFFLIN. 

Historian. 
MISS ANNE HOLLINGSWORTH WHARTON. 

Registrar. 
MRS. THEODORE M. ETTING. 

Managers. 

MRS. JOHN SANDERS. 

MRS. JAMES D. WINSOR. 

MRS. J. EDWARD CARPENTER. 

MRS. CLARENCE H. CLARK. 

MRS. HANNAH L. SCOTT. 
MRS. JOSEPH P. MUMFORD. 
MRS. EDWARD H. OGDEN. 



OFFICERS 

OF THE 

Pennsylvania Society 

FROM ITS ORGANIZATION, 

APRIL 8, 1891. 



PRESIDENTS. 

Elected. Resigned. 

1 89 1. MRS. ALEXANDER BIDDLE, 1891. 

1 89 1. MRS. G. DAWSON COLEMAN (died 1894), 

1895. MRS. E. D. GILLESPIE, 

VICE-PRESIDENTS. 

1891. MRS. THOMAS McKEAN, 1893. 

1891. MRS. E. D. GILLESPIE, 1895. 

1894. MRS. WILLIAM BACON STEVENS. 

1895. MRS. CHARLES CUSTIS HARRISON, 

TREASURER. 

1 89 1. MRS. ISAAC STARR, 

REGISTRAR. 

1892. MRS. THEODORE M. ETTING, 



HISTORIAN. 

Elected. Resigned. 

1 89 1. MISS ANNE HOLLINGSWORTH WHARTON, 



RECORDING SECRETARIES. 

1891. MRS. JAMES D. WINSOR, 1894. 

1893. MRS. WILLIAM BACON STEVENS, * 1894. 

1894. MISS HELEN B. TYLER, 

CORRESPONDING SECRETARY. 
1891. MRS. JAMES MIFFLIN, 

MANAGERS. 



MRS. CRAWFORD ARNOLD (died 1893), 

MRS. ERNEST ZANTZINGER, 1893. 

MRS. JOHN SANDERS, 

MRS. J. EDWARD CARPENTER, 

MRS. JAMES D. WINSOR, 

MRS. CHARLES CUSTIS HARRISON, 1895. 

MRS. ISAAC STARR, 

MRS. JAMES MIFFLIN, 

MISS ANNE HOLLINGSWORTH WHARTON, 

MISS MARIAMNE BIDDLE, 1894. 

892. MRS. THEODORE M. ETTING, 

893. MRS. WILLIAM BACON STEVENS, 

893. MRS. CLARENCE H. CLARK, 

894. MISS HANNAH L. SCOTT, 

894. MISS HELEN B. TYLER, 

894. MRS. JOSEPH P. MUMFORD, 

895. MRS. EDWARD H. OGDEN, ^ 



Founders and Signers of the Charter, 



FANNY HOLLINGSWORTH ARNOLD. 
JULIA WILLIAMS BIDDLE. 

MARIAMNE BIDDLE. 

EDITH WHARTON BOKER. 

HARRIET ODIN CARPENTER. 

DEBORAH BROWN COLEMAN. 

ELLEN EMLEN. 

REBECCA CLIFFORD FOX. 

ELIZABETH DUANE GILLESPIE. 

ELLEN WALN HARRISON. 

SOPHIA A. IRWIN. 
EMILY REDWOOD LYMAN. 

ELIZABETH McKEAN. 
ANN POULTNEY MIFFLIN. 

LILY-STURGIS MIFFLIN. 

LYDIA THOMPSON MORRIS. 

MARIA DALLAS SANDERS. 

HANNAH LEWIS SCOTT. 

MARY LARDNER STARR. 

ELIZABETH CAMAC CHAPMAN WINSOR. 

REBECCA WINSOR. 

ANNE HOLLINGSWORTH WHARTON. 

HITTY MARKOE ZANTZINGER. 



Original Members, 



JULIA HOPE BINNEY. 
ELIZABETH RYERSS BLIGHT. 
MARY RODMAN CARPENTER. 
NANETTE SCHUYLER CHAMBERS. 
ANNE R. WHARTON CHURCHMAN. 
JULIA TAYLOR CURTIN. 
ELLEN M, DALLAS. 
SUSAN DALLAS. 
SARAH MORRIS DARRACH. 
ALICE DILLINGHAM. 
MARY QUINCY DIXON. 
CAROLINE ST. CLAIR DENNY DU BARRY. 
HELEN WHARTON EMLEN. 
JANETTE VERPLANCK ETTING. 
MARY ELLEN GRIFFITH. 
ARMINE NIXON HART. 
LUCRETIA LEDYARD STEVENS HECKSCHER. 
AMELIA DANIELL HOCKLEY. 
ELIZABETH McCALL HOFFMAN. 
NANCY PEMBERTON PLEASANTS HOLLINGSWORTH. 
JULIA M. HORNOR. 
LUCRETIA C. LENNIG. 
FANNY HOLLINGSWORTH LISLE. 
MARY WALN WISTAR BROWN MORTON. 
LORETTE DE TOUSARD PRIME. 
SARAH MASON SPENCER RICH. 
MARY WARREN DORR SCHAFFER. 
KATHERINE PAUL SHIPPEN. 
LUCY PANCOAST SMITH. 
AGNES MARY SPENCER. 
SARAH YORKE STEVENSON. 
CHRISTINE HARE STOCKTON. 
MARY RANDOLPH THAYER. 

ANNA DUTILH THOURON. 

ESTHER ODIN DORR WEBB. 

ANNIS LEE WISTER. 

ELIZABETH EMLEN RANDOLPH WISTER. 

BETTY BLACK WISTER. 

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PREFACE. 




■ ' N this the first Register of the Pennsylvania Society of the Colo- 
nial Dames of America, it seems a matter of not unreasonable 
pride to refer to the fact that from the action of a small group 
of women, met together at 1301 Locust Street, Philadelphia, 
April 8, 1 89 1, to form a Pennsylvania Society, has resulted our large 
f*** national organization, which has spread a network of patriotic Colonial 
interest among women in the thirteen original States, in the District of Colum- 
bia, and even beyond these limits into non-Colonial sections. 

Those who responded to the original invitation and call issued by Mrs. 
Crawford Arnold and Miss Anne H. Wharton, and thus assisted in the forma- 
tion of the Pennsylvania Society of the Colonial Dames of America, and those 
who were elected to office prior to incorporation, will find their names ap- 
pended to the charter of this Society as its originators. As such, no date of 
election is given when their names appear upon the Register. This same 
honorable distinction has been made with regard to the names of a number 
of women who were inviteS to join the Pennsylvania Society during the 
organization period, although not actually present as founders at the meeting 
of April 8, 1 89 1. 

The Pennsylvania Society being for some months the only Society, and 
accepting members who traced their lines back to ancestors in the other origi- 
nal States, our early eligibility lists included offices from all of the thirteen 
Colonies. As the different States formed their organizations and met the 
Pennsylvania Society in council, this ehgibility list was modified and changed 
in order to meet the requirements of the incoming Societies. Originally the 
founder of a town was accepted as sufficient service for admission. This led 
to confusion ; and when the first National Convention was held at Wilmington, 
May 19, 1892, it was decided to omit founders of towns from the eligibiUty 
lists of the Societies then in session. Later, when an adjourned meeting of 

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this first Council was held in Washington, D. C, January, 1893, it was decided 
by the Societies there convened that each State Society should form its own 
eligibility list according to the early laws of that State and in accordance with 
the constitution of the National Society, such lists to be used by the ehgibility 
committees of the several States. From time to time, as the States have sent 
in their lists, services used as bases of admission to the Pennsylvania Society 
have been added to and taken from the ehgibility lists used in Pennsylvania. 
This process of subtraction and addition has taken place in all the Societies, 
but has been more sensibly felt in this State than in any other because this was 
the first Society formed. For example, in early days the Pennsylvania Society 
accepted the descendants of Mayflower Pilgrims ; but when the Massachusetts 
eligibility list was promulgated leaving off these worthies as eligible ancestors, 
it became necessary for the Pennsylvania Ehgibility Committee and those of 
all the other States to adopt this ruling of the Massachusetts Society. 

This somewhat involved explanation has been made in order to reconcile 
apparent discrepancies in the Register, which may cause the Eligibility Com- 
mittee to appear in the hght of an inconsistent and arbitrary tribunal, when it 
is in reality a body of fair-minded women who have very little authority, 
being themselves governed by hard and fast rules made by the Societies of the 
thirteen States. 

Philadelphia, May, 1895. 



REGISTER. 



Elected. 

1893. ALDERSON, ELEANOR T. YARNALL (Mrs. William Charles 
Alderson). 
Sixth in descent from Joseph Baker, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Benjamin Mendenhall, Pennsylvania. 
Ninth in descent from Thomas Gardiner, Massachusetts. 

1893. ALEXANDER, CAROLINE MARIA. 

Seventh in descent from Stephen Burritt, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from William Beardsley, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from Isaac Nichols, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from James Morgan, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from Robert Parke, Connecticut. 

1893. ALEXANDER, EMILY ISABELLA. 

Seventh in descent from Stephen Burritt, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from William Beardsley, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from Isaac Nichols, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from James Morgan, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from Robert Parke, Connecticut. 

1892. ALLEN, ELIZABETH DULLES (Mrs. Frank Olcott Allen). 
Fourth in descent from William Heatly, South CaroUna. 
Seventh in descent from George Maris, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Richard Maris, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Jonathan Hayes, Pennsylvania. 

1894. ARCHER, MARY HUDDELL ROACH (Mrs. Pi£rce Archer). 

Seventh in descent from Henry Wiseman, Maryland. 
Seventh in descent from Otto Ernest Cock, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Nathaniel Allen, Pennsylvania. 

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Elected, 

^ARNOLD, FANNY HOLLINGSWORTH (Mrs. Crawford Arnold). 
Seventh in descent from Valentine HoUingsworth, Delaware. 
Fifth in descent from Thomas Wharton, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Samuel Carpenter, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Samuel HoUingsworth, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from George Harlan, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Nicholas Pyle, Pennsylvania. 

1892. ASHHURST, SARAH FRAZER (Mrs. Richard Lewis Ashhurst). 
Fourth in descent from Persifor Frazer, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from John Worrall, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from PhiUp Roman, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from George Maris, Pennsylvania. 
Fourth in descent from John Hollingshead, New Jersey. 

1892. ATLEE, MARIE. 

Fifth in descent from Wilham Augustus Atlee, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Samuel Rhoads, Pennsylvania. 

1892. BAILY. CAROLINE CORLIES (Mrs. Frederick L. Baily). 
Sixth in descent from Thomas Fisher, Delaware. 
Seventh in descent from Thomas Willett, Sr., Long Island. 
Eighth in descent from Walter Clarke, Rhode Island. 
Fifth in descent from William Augustus Atlee, Pennsylvania. 

1892. BAILY, LYDIA H. WOOD (AIrs. Charles Winter Baily). 

Sixth in descent from Richard Wood, New Jersey. 
Eighth in descent from Joseph Growden, Pennsylvania. 
Ninth in descent from Nathaniel Allen, Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from Edward Fitz Randolph, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Nathaniel Fitz Randolph, New Jersey. 
Seventh in descent from Joseph Brinton, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from William Brinton, Jr., Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Richard Hartshorne, New Jersey. 
Sixth in descent from David Davis, New Jersey. 
Eighth in descent from George Peirce, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Samuel Wade, New Jersey. 

1893. BAIRD, ELIZABETH DAVIS (Mrs. Henry Carey Baird). 

Sixth in descent from Edward Penington, ist, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Jennings, New Jersey. 
Seventh in descent from Isaac Penington, Pennsylvania. 

* Marks deceased members. 



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Elected. 

Seventh in descent from William Biles, Pennsylvania. 

Sixth in descent from William Biles, Jr. , Pennsylvania. 

Fourth in descent from Edward Penington, 2d, Pennsylvania, 

Fifth in descent from Benjamin Shoemaker, Pennsylvania. 

Sixth in descent from Elisha Lawrence, New Jersey. 

Fifth in descent from John Lawrence, New Jersey. 

Seventh in descent from Richard Hartshorne, New Jersey. 

Seventh in descent from Hugh Roberts, Pennsylvania. 

Eighth in descent from Thomas Lloyd, Pennsylvania. 

Seventh in descent from Samuel Preston, Delaware and Pennsylvania. 

1892. BAIRD, ELIZABETH BORDEN HOPKINSON (Mrs. R. Loper 

Baird). 

Fifth in descent from Thomas Hopkinson, Pennsylvania. 
Fourth in descent from Francis Hopkinson, Pennsylvania. 

1893. BARTOL, MARY STONE GRIER (Mrs. George E. Bartol). 

Fifth in descent from John Grier, Pennsylvania. 
Fourth in descent from Joseph Grier, Pennsylvania. 

1894. BEDFORD, EMILY LINDSLEY FULLER (Mrs. George Reynolds 

Bedford). 
Tenth in descent from Matthew Fuller, Massachusetts. 
Fifth in descent from Lewis Mills, Connecticut. 
Fifth in descent from Eleazar Lindsley, New Jersey. 
Tenth in descent from John Porter, Connecticut. 
Seventh in descent from Edmund Lewis, Connecticut. 
Tenth in descent frem William Gaylord, Connecticut. 
Tenth in descent from Edward Stebbins, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from John Stream, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from Thomas Stanley, Connecticut. 

1893. BELL, EMILY. 

Fifth in descent from Wilham Henry, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from John Bevan, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from George Wood, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from John Wood, Pennsylvania. 

1892. *BELL, HELEN. 

Fifth in descent from William Henry, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from John Bevan, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from George Wood, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from John Wood, Pennsylvania. 



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Elected. 

1893. BENSON, MARY WRAY. 

Fourth in descent from Caleb North, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from James Benson, Virginia. 

1892. BETTLE, HELEN BIDDLE GRISCOM (Mrs. Samuel Bettle). 

Seventh in descent from Tobias Griscom, Pennsylvania. 
Ninth in descent from Thomas Lloyd, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Samuel Preston, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Samuel Carpenter, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Richard Woodnut, New Jersey. 
Eighth in descent from William Biddle, ist. New Jersey. 
Seventh in descent from William Biddle, 2d, New Jersey. 
Fifth in descent from Owen Biddle, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Thomas Canby, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Isaac Marriott, New Jersey. 
Seventh in descent from Thomas Marriott, Pennsylvania. 
Ninth in descent from Thomas Olive, New Jersey. 
Seventh in descent from Ebenezer Miller, New Jersey. 
Seventh in descent from Elisha Bassett, New Jersey. 
Ninth in descent from Henry Wood, New Jersey. 

1893. BIDDLE, ELIZA BUTLER (Mrs. Nicholas Biddle). 

Fourth in descent from Richard Butler, Pennsylvania. 
Fourth in descent from John Wilkins, 3d, Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from John Wilkins, Jr. , Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from George Stevenson, Pennsylvania. 
Fourth in descent from Matthew Irwin, Pennsylvania. 

BIDDLE, JULIA WILLIAMS RUSH (Mrs. Alexander Biddle). 
Third in descent from Benjamin Rush, M.D., Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from John Stockton, New Jersey. \ 

Fourth in descent from Richard Stockton, Long Island. 
Seventh in descent from Simon Wilmer, Maryland. 
Sixth in descent from Thomas Ringgold, Maryland. 
Fifth in descent from James Ringgold, Mar>'land. 
Sixth in descent from Robert Vaughn, Maryland. 

BIDDLE, MARIAMNE. 

Seventh in descent from William Biddle, ist, New Jersey. 
Sixth in descent from William Biddle, 2d, New Jersey. 
Fourth in descent from Clement Biddle, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Robert Owen, Pennsylvania. 



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Elected. 

Fifth in descent from Gideon Cornell, Rhode Island. 
Eighth in descent from William Freeborn, Rhode Island. 
Eighth in descent from George Lawton, Rhode Island. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Brownell, Rhode Island. 
Ninth in descent from Thomas Hazard, Rhode Island. 
Fifth in descent from Jonathan WilHams, Massachusetts. 
Fourth in descent from Benjamin Rush, M.D., Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from John Stockton, New Jersey. 
Fifth in descent from Richard Stockton, New Jersey. 
Eighth in descent from Simon Wilmer, Maryland. 
Seventh in descent from Thomas Ringgold, Maryland. 
Sixth in descent from James Ringgold, Maryland. 
Seventh in descent from Robert Vaughn, Maryland. 
Seventh in descent from Gideon Freeborn, Rhode Island. 

1893. BIDDLE, MARY DEBORAH BAIRD (Mrs. Henry J. Biddle). 

Seventh in descent from Andrew Robeson, New Jersey and Pennsyl- 
vania. 
Seventh in descent from William Biddle, ist, New Jersey. 
Sixth in descent from WilHam Biddle, 2d, New Jersey. 
Sixth in descent from Nicholas Scull, Pennsylvania. 
Fourth in descent from Elihu Spencer, New Jersey. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Hosmer, Connecticut. 
Fifth in descent from John Eaton, New Jersey. 
Sixth in descent from Eliakim Wardell, New Jersey.- 

BINNEY, JULIA HOPE. 

Fourth in descent from Barnabas Binney, M.D., Massachusetts. 

BLIGHT, ELIZABETH RYERSS. 

Eighth in descent from Nicholas Wain, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in- descent from Thomas Hicks, Long Island. 

1892. BRADFORD, ELIZABETH. 

Fifth in descent from John Bradford, Massachusetts. 

1894. BRADFORD, KATHARINE NEVINS (Mrs. Thomas Hewson 

Bradford). 
Fourth in descent from David Nevins, Connecticut. 
Sixth in descent from Simon Lothrop, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from Richard Russell, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from Samuel Wyllis, Connecticut. 



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Elected, 

Tenth in descent from John Haynes, Massachusetts and Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from Sir John Leverett, Massachusetts. 

1893. BRADLEY, SUSAN HINCKLEY (Mrs. Leverett Bradley). 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Hinckley, Massachusetts. 
Tenth in descent from Thomas Dudley, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from Simon Bradstreet, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from Jeremiah Dummer, Massachusetts. 
Fifth in descent from William Parker, New Hampshire. 
Seventh in descent from John Cutler, Massachusetts. 

1893. BRINLEY, MARY GOODRICH FROTHINGHAM (Mrs. Charles 
A. Brinley). 
Tenth in descent from Thomas Lynde, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from Peter Tafts, Jr., Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from William Goodrich, Connecticut. 
Seventh in descent from David Goodrich, Connecticut. 
Sixth in descent from Elihu Chauncey, Connecticut. 
Tenth in descent from Thomas Welles, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from Thomas Welles, Jr., Connecticut. 
Eleventh in descent from Thomas Stanley, Connecticut. 
Seventh in descent from Henry Wolcott, Connecticut. 
Fifth in descent from Roger Wolcott, Connecticut. 
Fourth in descent from Oliver Wolcott, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from William Leete, Connecticut. 
Fifth in descent from John Ely, Connecticut. 

1893. BRINTON, KATE MALLET-PREVOST (Mrs. Joseph P. Brinton). 
Seventh in descent from John Reading, ist. New Jersey. 
Sixth in descent from John Reading, 2d, New Jersey. 
Fifth in descent from Joseph Reading, New Jersey. 
Fourth in descent from John Reading, 3d, New Jersey. 

1892. BROCK, MARY LOUISE TYLER (Mrs. John William Brock). 
Fourth in descent from Daniel Tyler, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from Thomas Hooker, Connecticut. 
Sixth in descent from Robert Ogden, New Jersey. 

1892. BROOKE, MARY B. IRWIN (Mrs. George Brooke). 
Fourth in descent from Matthew Irwin, Pennsylvania. 
Fourth in descent from Frederick Augustus Muhlenburg, Pennsyl- 



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Elected. 

Eighth in descent from John Mifflin, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Conrad Weiser, Pennsylvania. 

1894. BROWN, CHARLOTTE AUGUSTA. 

Fifth in descent from Benjamin Hoppin, Rhode Island. 
Ninth in descent from Edward Rawson, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from Thomas Weld, ist, Massachusetts. 
■ Eighth in descent from Thomas Weld, 2d, Massachusetts. 
Tenth in descent from Thomas Savage, Massachusetts. 
Tenth in descent from Edward Tyng, Sr., Massachusetts. 
Tenth in descent from Thaddeus Clarke, Maine. 
Twelfth in descent from George Cleeves, Maine. 
Ninth in descent from Edward Tyng, Jr. , Maine. 

1894. BRUEN, SARAH YEATES WHELEN (Mrs. Edward Tunis 
Bruen). 
Ninth in descent from Edward Shippen, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from William Moore, Pennsylvania. 

1894. BRUNDAGE, FRANCES BULKELEY (Mrs. Asa R. Brundage). 
Sixth in descent from Gershom Bulkeley, Massachusetts. 
Fourth in descent from John Bulkeley, Connecticut. 
Third in descent from Eliphalet Bulkeley, Connecticut. 
Seventh in descent from John Prentice, Sr., Connecticut. 
Sixth in descent from John Prentice, Jr., Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from Nicholas Danforth, Massachusetts. 

1894. BRUNDAGE, MARY GILLETTE. 

Seventh in descent from Gershom Bulkeley, Massachusetts. 
Fifth in descent from John Bulkeley, Connecticut. 
Fourth in descent from Eliphalet Bulkeley, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from John Prentice, Sr., Connecticut. 
Seventh in descent from John Prentice, Jr. , Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from Nicholas Danforth, Massachusetts. 

1894. BURNETT, ANNA LAWRENCE (Mrs. Charles Henry Burnett). 
Ninth in descent from John Townsend, Long Island. 
Eighth in descent from Henry Townsend, Long Island. 
Eighth in descent from John Underhill, Long Island.^ 

1893. BUTLER, MARY QUINCY PIERCE (Mrs. Bayard Butler). 
Ninth in descent from Edmund Ouincy, Sr., Massachusetts. 



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Elected. 

Eighth in descent from Edmund Quincy, Jr., Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from Edmund Quincy, 3d, Massachusetts. 
Sixth in descent from Josiah Quincy, Massachusetts. 
Fifth in descent from Samuel Quincy, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from Daniel Gookin, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from Simon Willard, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from John Wendell, New York. 
Ninth in descent from Thomas Willett, Sr., New York. 

1892. BUZBY, ELLEN SHOEMAKER (Mrs. Duncan Lawrence Buzby). 
Eighth in descent from Samuel Richardson, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from John Bevan, Pennsylvania. 

1892. CANBY, CLARA GREENOUGH PLATT (Mrs. James B. Canby). 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Burnham, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from Gershom Flagg, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from Nicholas Newlin, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Nathaniel Newlin, Pennsylvania. 

CARPENTER, HARRIET ODIN DORR (Mrs. J. Edward Carpen- 
ter). 
Sixth in descent from Edward Dorr, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from Philemon Dalton, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Dalton, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from Robert Pike, Massachusetts. 
Fifth in descent from Nathaniel Walter, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from Increase Mather, Massachusetts. 
Sixth in descent from Benjamin Lynde, Massachusetts. 
Fifth in descent from Benjamin Lynde, Jr., Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from William Browne, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from William Browne, Jr., Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from John Bowles, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from John Bowles, Jr. , Massachusetts. 
Sixth in descent from John Bowles, 3d, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from Thomas Willett, Sr., New York. 
Ninth in descent from John EHot, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Checkley, Massachusetts. 
' Eighth in descent from John Cotton, Massachusetts. 

CARPENTER, MARY RODMAN FISHER (Mrs. George W. Car- 
penter). 
Sixth in descent from Thomas Fisher, Delaware. 



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Elected. 

Seventh in descent from Charles Read, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from James Logan, Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from William Logan, Pennsylvania. 

1894. CARTER, CORNELIA REDINGTON (Mrs. William T. Carter). 
Ninth in descent from Thomas Faxon, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from Joseph Allen, Massachusetts. 

CHAMBERS, NANETTE SCHUYLER (Mrs. Francis Taylor 
Chambers). 
Ninth in descent from Brant Arent Van Slechtenhorst, New York. 
Seventh in descent from Johannes Schiiyler, New York. 
Fifth in descent from Philip Schiiyler, New York. 
Seventh in descent from Philip Livingston, Sr., New York. 
Seventh in descent from Abraham Ten Broeck, New York. 
Seventh in descent from Stevenis Van Cortlandt, New York. 
Eighth in descent from Jeremies Van Rensselaer, New York. 
Eighth in descent from Philip Pietrese Schiiyler, New York. 
Eighth in descent from Peter Schiiyler, New York. 
Eighth in descent from Robert Livingston, New York. 
Sixth in descent from Philip Livingston, Jr., New York. 
Seventh in descent from KilHan Van Rensselaer, New York. 
Sixth in descent from Stephen Van Rensselaer, Sr., New York. 
Fifth in descent from Stephen Van Rensselaer, Jr., New York. 
Seventh in descent from Hendrick Van Rensselaer, New York. 
Eighth in descent from Oloff S. Van Cortland, New York. 
Eighth in descent from Dirck Van Wessells Ten Broeck, New York. 

CHURCHMAN, ANNE ROTCH WHARTON (Mrs. Charles J. 
Churchman). 
Sixth in descent from Thomas Wharton, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh. in descent from Samuel Powel, ist, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Carpenter, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Thomas Lloyd, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Barnabas Wilcox, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Anthony Morris, Sr., Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Anthony Morris, Jr., Pennsylvania. 

1892. CLARK, MARIA DAVIS MOTLEY (Mrs. Clarence H. Clark). 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Checkley, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from Joshua Scottow, Massachusetts. 
Fourth in descent from Benjamin Bussey, Massachusetts. 



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Elected. 

1892. CLARKSON, ELIZABETH. 

Seventh in descent from Matthew Clarkson, New York. 
Fifth in descent from Gerardus Clarkson, M.D., Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Johannes de Peyster, New York. 
Sixth in descent from Michael Kearney, New Jersey. 
Fifth in descent from Adam Reigart, Pennsylvania. 

1892. CLEEMANN, MARGARETTA ELEONORA HILDE. 

Ninth in descent from Walter Aston, Virginia. 
Eighth in descent from James Mason, Virginia. 

1893. CLINGAN, ROSALIND WOOD (Mrs. Charles Brooke Clingan). 

Seventh in descent from John Grubb, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from William Dewees, Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from Thomas Bull, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Edward Farmer, Pennsylvania. 

1892. COATES, FLORENCE EARLE (Mrs. Edward Hornor Coaxes). 

Ninth in descent from Ralph Earle, Rhode Island. 
Eighth in descent from William Earle, Rhode Island. 
Eighth in descent from Richard Arnold, Rhode Island. 
Ninth in descent from Thomas Angell, Rhode Island. 
Sixth in descent from Isaac Wayne, Pennsylvania. 

1893. COATES, LAURA LLOYD (Mrs. George M. Coaxes). 

Ninth in descent from John Whipple, Rhode Island. 
Eighth in descent from Epenetus Olney, Rhode Island. 
Fifth in descent from Joseph Olney, Rhode Island. 
Ninth in descent from Thomas Olney, Rhode Island. 

1892. COCHRAN, MARY NORRIS. 

Sixth in descent from Isaac Norris, Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from Joseph Fox, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from John Moore, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Wilham Moore, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Thomas Lloyd, Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from Charles Norris, Pennsylvania. 

* COLEMAN, DEBORAH BROWN (Mrs. George Dawson Cole- 
man). 
Fifth in descent from Isaac Norris, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Thomas Lloyd, Pennsylvania. 



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Elected. 

Fourth in descent from Charles Norris, Pennsylvania. 
Fourth in descent from Joseph Fox, Pennsylvania. 

1894. COMSTOCK, JULIA WATTS (Mrs. George Stedman Com- 
stock). 
Fourth in descent from Henry Miller, Pennsylvania. 

1892. CONARROE, NANNIE DUNLAP (Mrs. George M. Conarroe). 
Third in descent from James Dunlap, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from WilHam Biddle, ist, New Jersey. 
Fifth in descent from William Biddle, 2d, New Jersey. 
Third in descent from Clement Biddle, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Robert Owen, Pennsylvania. 
Fourth in descent from Gideon Cornell, Rhode Island. 
Seventh in descent from William Freeborn, Rhode Island. 
Sixth in descent from Gideon Freeborn, Rhode Island. 
Seventh in descent from George Lawton, Rhode Island. . 

Seventh in descent from Thomas Brownell, Rhode Island. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Hazard, Massachusetts and Rhode 
Island. 

1894. CONYNGHAM. ALICE. 

Fifth in descent from Redmond Conyngham, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Robert ElHs, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from WilHam Butler, Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from Zebulon Butler, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from Samuel Ingalls, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from John Perkins, Jr., Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from Joseph Rogers, Connecticut. 
Sixth in descent from Isaac Shepperd, Connecticut. 
Seventh in descent from Richard Lord, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from Alexander Knowles, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from George Clark, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from Samuel Clark, Connecticut. 
Seventh in descent from Timothy Pierce, Connecticut. 
Tenth in descent from Humphrey Turner, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from Nathaniel Turner, Connecticut. 
Sixth in descent from Isaac Turner, Connecticut. . 
Ninth in descent from Thomas Stanton, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from John Stanton, Connecticut. 
Fifth in descent from Joshua Stanton, Vermont. 
Ninth in descent from George Denison, Connecticut. 



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Elected, 

Ninth in descent from Francis Peabody, Massachusetts. 

Eighth in descent from John Peabody, Massachusetts. 

Eighth in descent from John Gilman, New Hampshire. 

Ninth in descent from WilHam White, Massachusetts. 

Seventh in descent from John White, Massachusetts. 

Seventh in descent from Richard Hazen, Massachusetts. 

Sixth in descent from Moses Hazen, Massachusetts. 

Fourth in descent from Zaccheus Peaslee, Vermont. 

Fifth in descent from Robert Peaslee, Massachusetts. 

Eighth in descent from Roger Ailing, Connecticut. 

Sixth in descent from Theophilus Ailing, Connecticut. 

Twelfth in descent from William Brewster, Massachusetts. 

Eleventh in descent from Jonathan Brewster, Massachusetts and 

Connecticut. 
Tenth in descent from Benjamin Brewster, Connecticut. 
Tenth in descent from William Douglas, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from Samuel Fosdick, Connecticut. 

1892. CONYNGHAM, HELEN HUNTER TURNER (Mrs. Charles 
Miner Conyngham). 
Eighth in descent from Nathaniel Turner, Connecticut. 
Fifth in descent from Isaac Turner, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Stanton, Connecticut. 
Seventh in descent from John Stanton, Connecticut. 
Seventh in descent from Thomas Stanton, Jr., Connecticut. 
Fourth in descent from Joshua Stanton, Vermont. 
Eighth in descent from George Denison, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from Francis Peabody, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from John Peabody, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from John Gilman, New Hampshire. 
Eighth in descent from William White, Massachusetts. 
Sixth in descent from John White, Massachusetts. 
Sixth in descent from Richard Hazen, Massachusetts. 
Fifth in descent from Moses Hazen, Massachusetts. 
Third in descent from Zaccheus Peaslee, Vermont. 
Fourth in descent from Robert Peaslee, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from Roger AUing, Connecticut. 
Fifth in descent from Theophilus Ailing, Connecticut. 
Eleventh in descent from William Brewster, Massachusetts. 
Tenth in descent from Jonathan Brewster, Massachusetts and Con- 
necticut. 
Ninth in descent from Benjamin Brewster, Connecticut. 



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Elected. 

Ninth in descent from William Douglas, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from Humphrey Turner, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Fosdick, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from William Keeney, Connecticut. 

1893. COOKE, JOSEPHINE JOHNES (Mrs. James W. Cooke). 
Fourth in descent from David Johnes, New Jersey. 

1892. COOKMAN, ELIZABETH LEWIS GRIFFITTS (Mrs. James de 
Waele Cook man). 
Seventh in descent from Edward Penington, ist, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Isaac Penington, Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from Edward Penington, 2d, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Samuel Jennings, New Jersey. 
Seventh in descent from William Biles, Sr., Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from William Biles, Jr., Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Langhorne, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Benjamin Shoemaker, Pennsylvania. 
Eleventh in descent from Thomas Cornell, Rhode Island. 
Tenth in descent from Thomas Willett, Sr., New York. 
Ninth in descent from Thomas Willett, Jr. , Long Island. 
Tenth in descent from Elbert Elbertson Stoothof, Long Island. 
Ninth in descent from Richard Smith, Long Island. 
Eighth in descent from Richard Hartshorne, New Jersey. 
Seventh in descent from Elisha Lawrence, New Jersey. 
Sixth in descent from John Lawrence, New Jersey. 
Eighth in descent from Anthony Morris, Sr., Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Anthony Morris, Jr. , Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Powel, ist, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Samuel Powel, 2d, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Barnabas Wilcox, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Carpenter, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Ralph Fishbourne, Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from William Fishbourne, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from William Lewis, Maryland. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Fitzwater, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from George Fitzwater, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Thomas Wharton, Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from William Griffitts, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Jonathan Hayes, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Hugh Sharp, New Jersey. 
Seventh in descent from Evan Lewis, Pennsylvania. 



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Elected. 

1893. COPE, AMY E. YARNALL (Mrs. Edgar Cope). 

Sixth in descent from Joseph Baker, Pennsylvania. 

Sixth in descent from Benjamin Mendenhall, Pennsylvania. 

Ninth in descent from Thomas Gardiner, Massachusetts. 

1892. CORLIES, CAROLINE ATLEE (Mrs. Samuel Fisher Corlies). 
Fourth in descent from William Augustus Atlee, Pennsylvania. 

1894. CORLIES, MARGARET LONGSTRETH. 

Sixth in descent from Thomas Fisher, Delaware. 
Seventh in descent from Thomas Willett, Sr., New York. 
Eighth in descent from Walter Clarke, Rhode Island. 
Fifth in descent from William Augustus Atlee, Pennsylvania. 

1894. CORSON, REBECCA JONES FOULKE (Mrs. Robert R. Corson). 
Sixth in descent from Edward Jones, M.D., Pennsylvania. 
Fourth in descent from Owen Jones, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Thomas Wynne, M.D., Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Robert Owen, Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from Hugh Evans, Pennsylvania. 

1892. CRESSON, ANNE HANNUM. 

Eighth in descent from Pierre Cresson, New York. 
Eighth in descent from Nicholas Newlin, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Nathaniel Newlin, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Nicholas Fairlamb, Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from John Fairlamb, Pennsylvania. 

1893. CRESSON, MARY BEVAN COOKE (Mrs. George Vaux Cresson). 

Fifth in descent from Nicholas Cooke, Rhode Island. 
Eighth in descent from Daniel Harris, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from Nicholas Power, Rhode Island. 
Ninth in descent from Zechariah Rhodes, Rhode Island. 
Tenth in descent from Wilham Arnold, Rhode Island. 
Seventh in descent from John Sabin, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from John Sheldon, Rhode Island. 
Eighth in descent from Pardon TilHnghast, Rhode Island. 
Ninth in descent from PhiHp Taber, Rhode Island. 

1892. CROTHERS, ALICE POULTNEY MORRIS (Mrs. Stevenson Cro- 

THERS). 

Eighth in descent from Anthony Morris, Sr. , Pennsylvania. 



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Elected. 

Seventh in descent from Anthony Morris, Jr. , Pennsylvania. 

Fifth in descent from Samuel Morris, Pennsylvania. 

Eighth in descent from Thomas Wynne, M.D., Pennsylvania. 

1892. CROZER, ADA MUHLENBERG. 

Fifth in descent from George Gray, Pennsylvania. 

1892. CURTIN, HARRIET FULLER HARDING (Mrs. William H. 

Curtin). 
Fifth in descent from Stephen Harding, Connecticut and Pennsyl- 
vania. 
Fifth in descent from Lewis Mills, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from Richard Betts, Long Island. 
Ninth in descent from Ezekiel Richardson, Massachusetts. 
Tenth in descent from WiUiam Gaylord, Connecticut. 
Tenth in descent from Edward Stebbins, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from John Porter, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from William Pratt, Connecticut. 
Tenth in descent from John Clark, Connecticut. 

CURTIN, JULIA TAYLOR ROBINSON (Mrs. Roland G. Cur- 
tin). 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Hale, Connecticut. 
Sixth in descent from Samuel Hale, Jr., Connecticut. 
Fourth in descent from Gideon Hale, Connecticut. 
Fifth in descent from Samuel Pemberton, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Welles, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from John White, Connecticut. 
Fourth in descent from Aaron Kinne, Connecticut. 

1893. CUSHMAN, ALICE. 

Eighth in descent from Robert Cushman, Massachusetts. 
Sixth in descent from Elkanah Cushman, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from Isaac Allerton, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from Stephen Hopkins, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from Francis Cooke, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from John Howland, Massachusetts. 
Tenth in descent from John Tilley, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from George Denison, Connecticut. 
Sixth in descent from WiUiam Shurtleff, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from Barnabas Lothrop, Massachusetts. 



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Elected. 

Eighth in descent from Thomas Clarke, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from Christopher Webb, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from Isaac Robinson, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from Walter Palmer, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Miner, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from James Avery, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from John Gorham, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from Richard Stockton, Long Island. 
Seventh in descent from Joseph Baker, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Francis Yarnall, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Christopher Wetherill, New Jersey. 

1893. CUSHMAN, IDA. 

Eighth in descent from Robert Cushman, Massachusetts. 
Sixth in descent from Elkanah Cushman, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from Isaac AUerton, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from Stephen Hopkins, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from Francis Cooke, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from John Rowland, Massachusetts. 
Tenth in descent from John Tilley, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from George Denison, Connecticut. 
Sixth in descent from William Shuitleff, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from Barnabas Lothrop, Massachusetts, 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Clarke, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from Christopher Webb, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from Isaac Robinson, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from Walter Palmer, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Miner, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from James Avery, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from John Gorham, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from Richard Stockton, Long Island. 
Seventh in descent from Joseph Baker, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Francis Yarnall, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Christopher Wetherill, New Jersey. 

1894. DALLAM, ALEXIN A LAW (Mrs. David English Dallam). 

Seventh in descent from Samuel Young, Maryland. 

DALLAS, ELLEN MARKOE WHARTON (Mrs, George M. Dal- 
las). 
Sixth in descent from Thomas Wharton, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Carpenter, Pennsylvania. 



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Elected. 

DALLAS, SUSAN. 

Fourth in descent from Benjamin Chew, Pennsylvania. 

1892. DANA, EMILIE WOODBURY (Mrs. Charles E. Dana). 
Ninth in descent from John Woodbury, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from Peter Woodbury, Massachusetts. 
Fifth in descent from Peter Woodbury, 2d, New Hampshire. 

DARRACH, SARAH MORRIS (Mrs. James Darrach). 
Fourth in descent from Thomas White, Maryland. 
Third in descent from Robert Morris, Pennsylvania. 
Fourth in descent from William Peartree Smith, New Jersey. 
Seventh in descent from William Peartree, New York. 

1894. DAVIS, LOUISE DANA KIDDER (Mrs. Andrew J. Davis). 
Seventh in descent from James Kidder, Massachusetts. 
Fourth in descent from Aaron Kidder, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from Simon Willard, Massachusetts. 
Sixth in descent from Samuel Griswold, Connecticut. 
Seventh in descent from Simon Huntingdon, Connecticut. 
Sixth in descent from Samuel Huntingdon, Connecticut. 
Seventh in descent from William Clark, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from Francis Griswold, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from Edward Griswold, Connecticut. 

1894. DE BENNEVILLE, MARIE MATHILDE. 

Ninth in descent from Nicholas Newlin, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent fi*om Nathaniel Newlin, Pennsylvania. 
Ninth in descent from Samuel Symonds, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Burnham, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from Gershom Flagg, Massachusetts. 

1894. DELANO, SUSAN MAGOUN ADAMS (Mrs. Eugene Delano). 
Eighth in descent from William Bradford, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from William Bradford, Jr., Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from Humphrey Atherton, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from Thomas Paine, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from John Doane, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from John Gallup, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from James Sands, Rhode Island. 
Ninth in descent from Thomas Leonard, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from George Soule, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from Edward Johnson, Massachusetts. 



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Elected. 

1894. DE WITT, LOUISA BLISS (Mrs. Wallace de Witt). 
Eighth in descent from William Willcoxson, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from David Des Marets, New York. 
Eighth in descent from CorneHus Waldo, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from Edward Durant, Massachusetts. 
Fifth in descent from Phineas Cook, Massachusetts. 
Fifth in descent from Joseph Ellicott, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Jean Des Marets, New Jersey. 

1892. DILLARD, SALLIE POULTNEY WILLIAMS (Mrs. Henry Kuhl 
Dillard). 
Seventh in descent from Thomas Wynne, M.D., Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Edward Jones, M.D., Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Rees Thomas, Pennsylvania. 

DILLINGHAM, ALICE EBBS (Mrs. Joseph Brinton Dillingham). 
Fourth in descent from Abraham Kirkpatrick, Virginia. 

1892. DILLINGHAM, ELIZABETH COWAN. 

Ninth in descent from Edward Dillingham, Massachusetts. 
Fifth in descent from Abraham Kirkpatrick, Virginia. 

DIXON, MARY QUINCY ALLEN (Mrs. George Dallas Dixon). 
Ninth in descent from Edmund Ouincy, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from Edmund Ouincy, Jr., Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from Edmund Ouincy, 3d, Massachusetts. 
Sixth in descent from Josiah Quincy, Massachusetts. 
Fifth in descent from Samuel Quincy, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from Daniel Gookin, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from Joseph Allen, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from George Allen, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from Samuel Thompson, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from Ephraim Hunt, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from Ephraim Hunt, Jr., Massachusetts. 
Sixth in descent from William Hunt, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from George Alcock, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from John Holbrook, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from John Beal, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from Jeremiah Beal, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from Edmund Hobart, Massachusetts. 
Sixth in descent from John Longley, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from Jonas Prescott, Massachusetts. 



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Elected. 

1893. DONALDSON, ELIZABETH AYRES HEATON (Mrs. William F. 
Donaldson). 
Fourth in descent from Samuel McNeill, Pennsylvania. 

1893. DONNEL, ELIZABETH. 

Fifth in descent from John Ferree, Pennsylvania. 
Fourth in descent from Charles Gobin, Pennsylvania. 

DU BARRY, CAROLINE ST. CLAIR DENNY (Mrs. Joseph N. 
Du Barry). 
Third in descent from Ebenezer Denny, Pennsylvania. 
Fourth in descent from William Denny, Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from John Wilkins, Sr., Pennsylvania. 

1 89 1. DULLES, MARY BARTOW COOKE (Mrs. Andrew Cheves 

Dulles). 
Sixth in descent from Thomas Bartow, New Jersey. 
Eighth in descent from Daniel Whitehead, Long Island. 
Seventh in descent from Daniel Whitehead, Jr., Long Island. 
Seventh in descent from Thomas Hicks, Long Island. 
Eighth in descent from John Reid, New Jersey. 

1892. DULLES, MARY CHEVES. 

Fourth in descent from William Heatly, South Carolina. 
Seventh in descent from George Maris, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Richard Maris, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Jonathan Hayes, Pennsylvania. 

1894. DWIGHT, ADELE MARY (Mrs. F. Lynwood Garrison). 

Ninth in descent from Thomas Hooker, Connecticut. 
Tenth in descent from John Brown, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from Samuel Partridge, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from Thomas Willett, Sr., New York. 
Eighth in descent from Anthony Stoddard, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from James Pierpont, Connecticut. 
Sixth in descent from Timothy D wight, ist, Massachusetts. 
Sixth in descent from Jonathan Edwards, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from Go vert Loockermans, New York. 
Fourth in descent from Timothy Dwight, 2d, Massachusetts. 

1894. DWIGHT, ELIZABETH LOOCKERMAN BRADFORD. 
Ninth in descent from Thomas Hooker, Connecticut. 
Tenth in descent from John Brown, Massachusetts. 



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Elected. 

Eighth in descent from Samuel Partridge, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from Thomas Willett, Sr., New York. 
Eighth in descent from Anthony Stoddard, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from James Pierpont, Connecticut. 
Sixth in descent from Timothy Dwight, ist, Massachusetts. 
Sixth in descent from Jonathan Edwards, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from Covert Loockermans, New York. 
Fourth in descent from Timothy Dwight, 2d, Massachusetts. 

1892. ELLISON, HANNAH NICHOLSON MILLER (Mrs. Rodman B. 
Ellison). 
Fifth in descent from Elisha Bassett, New Jersey. 
Fifth in descent from Ebenezer Miller, New Jersey. 
Ninth in descent from Thomas Thackara, New Jersey. 
Seventh in descent from Henry Wood, New Jersey. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Nicholson, New Jersey. 

EMLEN, ELLEN. 

Seventh in descent from Thomas Lloyd, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Carpenter, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Isaac Norris, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Peter Baynton, New Jersey. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Budd, New Jersey. 

EMLEN, HELEN WHARTON (Mrs. George Emlen). 

Sixth in descent from Thomas Wharton, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Thomas Lloyd, Pennsylvania. 

1894. ERVIN, ADELE LOCKE GILPIN (Mrs. Spencer Ervin). 
Seventh in descent from John Grubb, Pennsylvania. 

ETTING, JEANETTE VERPLANCK (Mrs. Theodore M. Etting). 
Eighth in descent from Gulian Verplanck, New York. 
Fifth in descent from Samuel Verplanck, New York. 
Sixth in descent from Samuel Johnson, Connecticut. 
Fifth in descent from William Samuel Johnson, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from Abraham Jacob Verplanck, New York. 
Ninth in descent from Nicholas Newlin, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Nathaniel Newlin, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Matthias Nicoll, Long Island. 
Seventh in descent from Richard Floyd, Long Island. 
Ninth in descent from Go vert Loockermans, New York. 



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Elected. 

1893. ETTING, MARGARETTA EMILIE POPE (Mrs. J. Marx Etting). 
Eighth in descent from Anthony Morris, Sr., Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Anthony Morris, Jr., Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Powell, Sr., Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Samuel Powell, Jr. , Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Barnabas Wilcox, Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from Samuel Howell, Pennsylvania. 

1892. FARNUM, SARAH ELIZABETH WHIPPLE (Mrs. Charles A. 
Farnum). 
Fifth in descent from Stephen Ward, New York. 

1892. FASSITT, SALLIE LARGE (Mrs. Theodore Fassitt). 

Seventh in descent from Richard Hartshorne, New Jersey. 
Seventh in descent from Nicholas Wain, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Philip Thomas, Maryland. 
Fifth in descent from Evan Thomas, Maryland. 

FOX, REBECCA CLIFFORD HOLLINGSWORTH (Mrs. William 
Logan Fox). 
Eighth in descent from Valentine Hollingsworth, Delaware. 
Seventh in descent from Phineas Pemberton, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from James Harrison, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Francis Rawle, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Robert Turner, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Charles Read, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. 

1893. FRAILEY, JEANNIE HART. 

Fourth in descent from William Hart, Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from James Hart, Pennsylvania. 

1893. FRALEY, MARIE ELIZABETH BRADFORD (Mrs. Joseph Cres- 
SON Fraley). 
Fifth in descent from WiUiam Bradford, 3d, Pennsylvania. 

1893. FRAZER, ISABELLA NEVINS WHELEN (Mrs. Persifor Frazer). 
Third in descent from Israel Whelen, Pennsylvania. 
Fourth in descent from David Nevins, Connecticut. 
Sixth in descent from Simon Lathrop, Connecticut. 

1893. FREEDLEY, IDA WELLES VINTON (Mrs. Angelo Tillinghast 
Freedley). 
Tenth in descent from William Brewster, Massachusetts. 



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Elected. 

Tenth in descent from William Collier, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from Christopher Wadsworth, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from Joseph Andrews, Massachusetts. 
Sixth in descent from Benjamin Pomeroy, New Ham.pshire. 

GILLESPIE, ELIZABETH DUANE (Mrs. Archibald H. Gil- 
lespie). 
Fourth in descent from Benjamin Franklin, Pennsylvania. 
Third in descent from Richard Bache, Pennsylvania. 

1892. GILPIN, EMILY OLIVIA HOPKINSON (Mrs. Hood Gilpin). 
Fifth in descent from Thomas Hopkinson, Pennsylvania. 
Fourth in descent from Francis Hopkinson, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Joseph Borden, Sr., New Jersey. 
Fifth in descent from Joseph Borden, Jr. , New Jersey. 

1894. GOVETT, ELIZABETH JONES (Mrs. Annesley Richardson Go- 
vett). 
Sixth in descent from WilHam Garrett, Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from Henry Oborn, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Joseph Paul, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from James Gibbons, Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from Joseph Gibbons, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from George Peirce, Pennsylvania. 

1892. GRANT, ALICE. 

Fifth in descent from Samuel Grant, Massachusetts. 
Fourth in descent from Moses Grant, Massachusetts. 

1893. GRANT, JANE BURNAM CLARK (Mrs. William S. Grant, 

Jr.)- 

Ninth in descent from William Clark, Massachusetts. 
Fifth in descent from Asahel Clark, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from Roger Clapp, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from Preserved Clapp, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from Nathaniel White, Connecticut. 
Fifth in descent from Enoch White, Massachusetts. 

GRIFFITH, MARY ELLEN ROBINSON (Mrs. Mantjel Eyre Grif- 
fith). 
Third in descent from Thomas Robinson, Pennsylvania. 
Fourth in descent from Manuel Eyre, New Jersey. 



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Elected. 

1892. GRISCOM, FRANCES CANBY BIDDLE (Mrs. Clement Acton 
Griscom). 
Seventh in descent from William Biddle, ist, New Jersey. 
Sixth in descent from William Biddle, 2d, New Jersey. 
Fourth in descent from Owen Biddle, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Thomas Canby, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Isaac Marriott, New Jersey. 
Sixth in descent from Thomas Marriott, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Olive, New Jersey. 
Sixth in descent from Ebenezer Miller, New Jersey. 
Sixth in descent from EHsha Bassett, New Jersey. 
Eighth in descent from Henry Wood, New Jersey. 
Sixth in descent from William Shipley, Delaware. 
Eighth in descent from Samuel Nicholson, New Jersey. 
Seventh in descent from Robert Owen, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Joseph Kirkbride, Pennsylvania. 
Tenth in descent from Thomas Thackara, New Jersey. 

1892. GRUBB, DAISY ELIZABETH BROOKE. 

Fourth in descent from Peter Grubb, Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from James Burd, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Matthew Brooke, Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from William Brooke, Pennsylvania. 

1894. HALLOWELL, EMILY. 

Fourth in descent from Thomas Penrose, Pennsylvania. 

1893. HALLOWELL, SARAH CATHERINE FRALEY (Mrs. Joshua 

LONGSTRETH HALLOWELL). 

Eighth in descent from Pierre Cresson, New York. 
Sixth in descent from John Wilkinson, Pennsylvania. 
Fourth in- descent from John Chapman, M.D., Pennsylvania. 

1892. HARDING, JULIA MORGAN. 

Fifth in descent from George Morgan, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from John Baynton, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Peter Baynton, New Jersey. 
Eighth in descent from William Biles, Sr., Pennsylvania. 
Ninth in descent from Thomas Budd, New Jersey. 
Sixth in descent from Henry Heth, Virginia. 
Sixth in descent from John Wilkins, Sr., Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Gale, New York. 

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Elected. 

Fifth in descent from William Denny, Pennsylvania. 
Fourth in descent from Ebenezer Denny, New York. 
Seventh in descent from Peter Chevalier, Pennsylvania. 

1893. HARPER, FLORA WARNER SHERBURNE (Mrs. John A. Har- 
per). 
Eighth in descent from Henry Sherburne, ist. New Hampshire. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Sherburne, New Hampshire. 
Sixth in descent from Henry Sherburne, 2d, New Hampshire. 
Fifth in descent from Henry Sherburne, 3d, New Hampshire. 

1892. HARRIS, MARIAN FRAZER. 

Fourth in descent from William Harris, Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from Robert Smith, Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from Persifor Frazer, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Isaac Taylor, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from John Taylor, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Daniel Brodhead, New York. 
Ninth in descent from Samuel Appleton, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from Samuel Appleton, 2d, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from Isaac Appleton, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from Samuel Symonds, Massachusetts. 
Tenth in descent from William Phelps, Connecticut. 
Tenth in descent from John Mason, Connecticut. 

HARRISON, ELLEN W^ALN (Mrs. Charles Custis Harrison). 
Seventh in descent from Nicholas Wain, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Anthony Morris, Sr., Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Anthony Morris, Jr., Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from Samuel Morris, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Powel, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Barnabas Wilcox, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Derrick Jansen, Pennsylvania. 
Ninth in descent from Thomas Lloyd, Pennsylvania. 
• Fifth in descent from Richard Nixon, Pennsylvania. 
Fourth in descent from John Nixon, Pennsylvania. 
Fourth in descent from Robert Morris, Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from Thomas White, Maryland. 

1 89 1. HARRISON, EMILY LELAND (Mrs. John Harrison). 
Sixth in descent from Peter Tallman, Rhode Island. 
Fourth in descent from Joseph Gibbs, Massachusetts, 



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Elected. 

HART, ARMINE NIXON (Mrs. Charles Henry Hart). 
Fourth in descent from Robert Morris. 
Fourth in descent from John Nixon, Pennsylvania. 

1894. HART, MARY HORSTMANN (Mrs. Byerly Hart). 
Sixth in descent from Joseph Trotter, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Bartholomew West, New Jersey. 

1892. HARTPENSE, MARTHA MORTON (Mrs. Alanson Hartpense). 

Seventh in descent from John Morton, Massachusetts. 
Sixth in descent from Joseph Parsons, Jr., Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from Robert Stetson, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from Stephen Hopkins, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from John Strong, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Chillingworth, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from Nathaniel Dickinson, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from William Holton, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Ford, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from Samuel Marshfield, Massachusetts. 
Sixth in descent from John Foster, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from John Johnson, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from Peter Woodward, Massachusetts, 
Seventh in descent from Hopestill Foster, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from Job Lane, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from James Bates, Massachusetts. 
Fifth in descent from Ebenezer Parsons, Massachusetts. 

1893. HASTINGS, MABEL.^ 

Eighth in descent from Anthony Morris, Sr., Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Anthony Morris, Jr., Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Samuel Morris, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from John Cadwalader, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Edward Jones, M.D., Pennsylvania. 
Ninth in descent from Thomas Wynne, M.D., Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from John Dagworthy, New Jersey. 

1892. HAYDEN, KATE ELIZABETH BYERS (Mrs. Horace Edwin 
Hayden). 
Fourth in descent from John Weitzel, Pennsylvania. 

1892. HEBERTON, HARRIET STEVENSON CROTHERS (Mrs. Craig 
Heberton). 
Sixth in descent from Thomas Bartow, New Jersey. 



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Elected. 

Eighth in descent from John Throckmorton, Rhode Island. 
Seventh in descent from Daniel Whitehead, Long Island. 
Seventh in descent from Thomas Hicks, Long Island. 

HECKSCHER, LUCRETIA LEDYARD STEVENS (Mrs. Richard 
Hecksher). 
Third in descent from Ebenezer Stevens, Massachusetts. 
Sixth in descent from Thomas Weld, 2d, Massachusetts. 
Fourth in descent from William Perkins, Massachusetts. 
Fourth in descent from John Ledyard, Connecticut. 
Seventh in descent from Thomas Weld, ist, Massachusetts. 

1892. * HENRY, ANNIE McKEE (Mrs. Morton P. Henry). 
Sixth in descent from Peter Alricks, Delaware. 
Fourth in descent from Hermanus Alricks, Pennsylvania. 

1894. HILLARD, JOSEPHINE. 

Fifth in descent from Joseph Hillard, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from Thomas Miner, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from Ephraim Miner, Connecticut. 
Seventh in descent from James Miner, Connecticut. 
Tenth in descent from Walter Palmer, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from James Avery, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from Daniel Eldridge, Connecticut. 
Seventh in descent from William Butler, Massachusetts. 
Fifth in descent from Zebulon Butler, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from Samuel Ingalls, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from John Perkins, Jr., Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from Richard Lord, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from Alexander Knowles, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from George Clark, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from. Samuel Clark, Connecticut. 
Sixth in descent from Isaac Sheppard, Connecticut. 
Seventh in descent from Joseph Rogers, Connecticut. 
Seventh in descent from Timothy Pierce, Connecticut. 
Sixth in descent from Joseph Slocum, Rhode Island. 
Seventh in descent from Joseph Fell, Pennsylvania. 

1892. HILLARD, RUTH ROSS BUTLER (Mrs. William Stinson Hil- 
lard). 
Sixth in descent from William Butler, Massachusetts. 
Fourth in descent from Zebulon Butler, Connecticut. 



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Elected. 

Seventh in descent from Samuel Ingalls, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from John Perkins, Sr., Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from John Perkins, Jr., Massachusetts. 
Sixth in descent from Richard Lord, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from Alexander Knowles, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from George Clark, Connecticut. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Clark, Connecticut. 
Fifth in descent from Isaac Sheppard, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Pierce, Massachusetts. 
Sixth in descent from Timothy Pierce, Connecticut. 
Fifth in descent from Ezekiel Pierce, Connecticut. 
Fifth in descent from Joseph Slocum, Rhode Island. 
Sixth in descent from Joseph Fell, Pennsylvania. 

HOCKLEY, AMELIA DANIELL (Mrs. Thomas Hockley). 
Eighth in descent from Daniel Fisher, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from Samuel Edson, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from John Grout, Massachusetts. 

1892. HODGE, LOUISE ALEXANDER. 

Sixth in descent from Benjamin Franklin, Pennsylvania. 
Fourth in descent from Hugh Hodge, M.D., Pennsylvania. 

HOFFMAN. ELIZABETH McCALL (Mrs. Edward Fenno Hoffman). 
Fourth in descent from John Cadwalader, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from John Eckley, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Tench Francis, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Daniel Coxe, New Jersey. 

HOLLINGSWORTH, nancy PEMBERTON PLEASANTS (Mrs. 
Samuel S. Hollingsworth). 
Fifth in descent from Samuel Rhoads, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Phineas Pemberton, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Israel Pemberton, Sr., Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from Israel Pemberton, Jr. , Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Myles Cary, Virginia. 
Seventh in descent from Thomas Cary, North Carohna. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Smith, New Jersey. 
Sixth in descent from Richard Smith, New Jersey; 
Fifth in descent from John Smith, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from John Jervis, New Jersey. 
Sixth in descent from Nathaniel Pearsall, Long Island. 



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Elected. 

Seventh in descent from Barnabas Wilcox, Pennsylvania. 

Sixth in descent from Joseph Kirkbride, Pennsylvania. 

Seventh in descent from Charles Read, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. 

Eighth in descent from James Harrison, Pennsylvania. 

Ninth in descent from Thomas Taylor, Virginia. 

Sixth in descent from Jacob Heulings, New Jersey. 

Sixth in descent from James Logan, Pennsylvania. 

Seventh in descent from Thomas Rapier, New Jersey. 

Ninth in descent from Thomas Gardiner, Massachusetts. 

Seventh in descent from Robert Fletcher, Pennsylvania. 

Sixth in descent from Jonathan Wright, New Jersey. 

Seventh in descent from Peter Fretwell, New Jersey. 

1892. HOOPES, LAURA GILPIN (Mrs. Edward Hoopes). 
Sixth in descent from John Grubb, Delaware. 

1894. HOPKINS, MARY GILL (Mrs. Johns Hopkins). 
Sixth in descent from David Davis, New Jersey. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Smith, New Jersey. 
Sixth in descent from Richard Smith, New Jersey. 
Seventh in descent from Thomas Rapier, New Jersey. 
Seventh in descent from Jacob Doughty, New Jersey. 
Sixth in descent from Daniel Doughty, New Jersey. 
Eighth in descent from Daniel Whitehead, Long Island. 
Eighth in descent from Samuel Jennings, New Jersey. 
Sixth in descent from Ebenezer Hopkins, New Jersey. 
Ninth in descent from William Cooper, New Jersey. 
Eighth in descent from Francis Collins, New Jersey. 
Sixth in descent from Caleb Shreve, New Jersey. 
Eighth in descent from Richard Stockton, Long Island. 
Eighth in descent from Daniel Leeds, New Jersey. 
Eighth in descent from Restore Lippincott, New Jersey. 

HORNOR, JULIA MARIA WASHINGTON (Mrs. Caleb Wright 
Hornor). 
Eighth in descent from Joran Kyn, Pennsylvania. 
Third in descent from WilHam Macpherson, Pennsylvania. 

1892. HORSTMANN, HARRIET HANNAH DARRACH KELLEY (Mrs. 
Ferdinand Oden Horstmann). 
Fourth in descent from John Kelley, New Jersey. 
Fourth in descent from William Darrach, Pennsylvania. 



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Elected. 

1892. ^HOUSTON, EDITH ATLEE CORLIES (Mrs. Samuel Frederic 

Houston). 
Sixth in descent from Thomas Fisher, Delaware. 
Seventh in descent from Thomas Willett, Jr., Long Island. 
Eighth in descent from Walter Clarke, Rhode Island. 
Fifth in descent from William Augustus Atlee, Pennsylvania. 

1894. HOWE, HELEN F. BRADFORD (Mrs. James Henry Howe). 
Fifth in descent from William Bradford, 3d, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from John Langstaff, New Jersey. 

1894. HOYT, MAUDE BUCKINGHAM. 

Eighth in descent from Walter Hoyt, Connecticut. 
Fifth in descent from Comfort Hoyt, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from Edward Griswold, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from Francis Griswold, Connecticut. 
Sixth in descent from Thomas Buckingham, Connecticut. 
Sixth in descent from John Bigelow, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from John Talcott, Connecticut. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Talcott, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from Elizur Holyoke, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from William Pynchon, Massachusetts, 
Sixth in descent from John Hurlbut, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from William Douglas, Connecticut. 
Tenth in descent from Thomas Stanton, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from John Stanton, Connecticut. 
Eleventh in descent ^from William Denison, Connecticut. 
Tenth in descent from George Denison, Connecticut. 
Tenth in descent from William Cheeseborough, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from James Avery, Connecticut. 

1894. HULSE, ELIZABETH DAWSON COLLINS (Mrs. Charles F. 
Hulse). 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Lloyd, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Anthony Morris, Sr., Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Anthony Morris, Jr., Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Wynne, M.D,, Pennsylvania. 

1893. INGHAM, MARY ELLEN MAXWELL (Mrs. Willl^m H. Ingham). 

Fourth in descent from John Maxwell, New Jersey. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Moore, Long Island. 
Seventh in descent from William Green, New Jersey. 



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Elected. 

IRWIN, SOPHIA ARABELLA BACHE (Mrs. William W. Irwin). 
Fourth in descent from Benjamin Franklin, Pennsylvania. 
Third in descent from Richard Bache, Pennsylvania. 

1892. JACKSON, SOPHIA LANGDON WARD (Mrs. J. Norman Jack- 
son). 
Fourth in descent from Richard Ward, Massachusetts. 
Sixth in descent from Tobias Langdon, 2d, New Hampshire. 
Eighth in descent from Daniel Ladd, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from Jonathan Curwen, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from Thomas Dudley, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from Henry Sherburne, ist. New Hampshire. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Sherburne, New Hampshire. 
Fifth in descent from Henry Sherburne, 3d, New Hampshire. 
Ninth in descent from Theophilus Eaton, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from John Oilman, New Hampshire. 
Seventh in descent from Charles Frost, New Hampshire. 
Eighth in descent from Roger Plaisted, Maine. 
Seventh in descent from John Plaisted, New Hampshire. 
Fourth in descent from Woodbury Langdon, New Hampshire. 

1892. JAMES, HANNAH PACKARD. 

Seventh in descent from John Alden, ist, Massachusetts. 
Sixth in descent from Jonathan Alden, Massachusetts. 
Fifth in descent from John Alden, 2d, Massachusetts. 
Fourth in descent from Briggs Alden, Massachusetts. 
Third in descent from Judah Alden, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from Christopher Wadsworth, Massachusetts. 
Sixth in descent from John Wadsworth, Massachusetts. 
Fourth in descent from Peleg Wadsworth, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from WilHam Mullins, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from Humphrey Turner, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from Robert Stetson, Massachusetts. 
Sixth in descent from Benjamin Stetson, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from WilHam Brewster, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from Jonathan Brewster, Massachusetts and Con- 
necticut. 

1893. JOLLIFFE, ELIZABETH A. 

Fourth in descent from John JoUiffe, Virginia. 

Eighth in descent from Valentine Hollingsworth, Delaware. 

Seventh in descent from Henry Hollingsworth, Delaware. 



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Elected. 

Fifth in descent from Lewis Neill, Virginia. 
Seventh in descent from Thomas Janney, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from WilHam Biles, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Henry Baker, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Samuel Baker, Pennsylvania. 

1894. *JONES, LYDIA H. SHIELDS (Mrs. William Leverett Jones). 
Fourth in descent from Daniel Leet, Virginia. 
Fifth in descent from John Neville, Virginia and Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Jabez Huntington, ist, Connecticut. 
Fifth in descent from Jabez Huntington, 2d, Connecticut. 
Sixth in descent from Jedediah Eiderkin, Connecticut. 

1892. JONES, SARAH EASTMAN COFFIN (Mrs. Henry L. Jones). 

Sixth in descent from Nathaniel Coffin, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from Edmund Greenleaf, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from Stephen Greenleaf, Massachusetts 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Brocklebank, Massachusetts. 

1893. JORDAN, MARY HALL (Mrs. Francis Jordan). 

Fourth in descent from William Maclay, Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from John Harris, Jr., Pennsylvania. 
Fourth in descent from EHhu Hall, Maryland. 

1894. KEIM, JULIA MAYER. 

Ninth in descent from William Claiborne, Virginia. 
Ninth in descent from Walter Aston, Virginia. 
Seventh in descent from Richard Cocke, Virginia. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Claiborne, Virginia. 
Seventh in descent from Robert Ruffin, Virginia. 

1892. KNORR, LOUISA ELY BREADY (Mrs. George Frederic Knorr). 

Fourth in descent from Ezra Lee, Connecticut. 
Seventh in descent from Thomas Lee, Connecticut. 

1893. LAMMOT, ELIZABETH BORIE HAZLEHURST (Mrs. Daniel 

Lammot, Jr.). 
Fifth in descent from Thomas McKean, Pennsylvania. 

1892. LANDRETH, HARRIET REA LINTON (Mrs. Oliver Land- 
reth). 
Fourth in descent from Jacob Perkins, New Jersey. 



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Elected. 

1892. LEAMING, JOSEPHINE LEA BAKER (Mrs. Thomas Leaming). 

Seventh in descent from Andrew Robeson, New Jersey. 
Sixth in descent from Edward Farmer, Pennsylvania. 

1893. LEAMING, JULIA SCOTT (Mrs. Robert Waln Leaming). 

Sixth in descent from John Scott, New York. 
Fourth in descent from John Morin Scott, New York. 
Sixth in descent from Samuel Carpenter, Pennsylvania. 

1892. LEE, MAI PHILLER (Mrs. Edward Clinton Lee). 

Sixth in descent from William Darrah, Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from John Mann, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from James Hart, Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from William Long, Pennsylvania. 

1893. LEEDS, ANNE GRISCOM WEBB (Mrs. Albert Ripley Leeds). 

Seventh in descent from Edward Dorr, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from Samuel Dalton, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from Robert Pike, ]Massachusetts. 
Sixth in descent from Nathaniel Walter, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from Increase Mather, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from Benjamin Lynde, Sr., Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from William Browne, Sr., Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from William Browne, Jr., Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from John Bowles, Sr., Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from John Bowles, Jr., Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from John Bowles, 3d, Massachusetts. 
Tenth in descent from Thomas Willett, Sr. , New York. 
Tenth in descent from John EHot, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from Samuel Checkley, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from John Cotton, Massachusetts. 
Sixth in descent from Benjamin Lynde, Jr., Massachusetts. 

1893. LENNIG, JULIA LEAMING (Mrs. Nicholas Lennig). 
Fourth in descent from Thomas Leaming, New Jersey. 
Seventh in descent from Nicholas Wain, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from John Scott, New York. 
Fifth in descent from John Morin Scott, New York. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Carpenter, Pennsylvania. 

LENNIG, LUCRETIA CHRISTOPHERS. 

Fourth in descent from WilHam Thompson, Connecticut. 
Tenth in descent from Wilham Brewster, Massachusetts. 



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Elected. 

Ninth in descent from Jonathan Brewster, Massachusetts and Con- 
necticut. 
Tenth in descent from Sir Richard Saltonstall, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from Richard Saltonstall, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from Nathaniel Saltonstall, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from Gurdon Saltonstall, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from Thomas Welles, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from John Welles, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from Lion Gardiner, Connecticut. 
Seventh in descent from Richard Christophers, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from James Richards, Connecticut. 

1892. LEVIS, SARAH (Mrs. Frank Knorr Hipple). 

Sixth in descent from Samuel Levis, Sr., Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from Samuel Levis, Jr., Pennsylvania. 
Fourth in descent from Samuel Levis, 3d, Pennsylvania. 
Third in descent from William Levis, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Thomas Wharton, Pennsylvania. 
Fourth in descent from William Crispin, 2d, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Christopher Wetherill, New Jersey. 
Seventh in descent from Richard Stockton, Long Island. 

1893. LEWIS, ELIZABETH McKEAN BORIE (Mrs. John T. Lewis, Jr.). 

Fourth in descent from Thomas McKean, Pennsylvania. 

1893. LEX, PATTIE BARCLAY (Mrs. William Henry Lex). 

Third in descent from^ John Barclay, Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from John Haggin, Kentucky. 

1894. * LIPPINCOTT, ALICE POTTER (Mrs. James Dundas Lippincott). 

Fourth in descent from Elihu Hall, Maryland. 

1892. LIPPINCOTT, JOANNA WHARTON (Mrs. J. Bertram Lippin- 
cott). 
Sixth in descent from Thomas Wharton, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Carpenter, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Thomas Fisher, Delaware. 
Seventh in descent from Thomas Willett, Jr., Long Island. 
Eighth in descent from Walter Clarke, Rhode Island. 
Seventh in descent from William Brinton, Jr., Pennsylvania. 
Ninth in descent from Thomas Brownell, Rhode Island. 
Ninth in descent from William Freeborn, Rhode Island. 



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Elected. 

LISLE, FANNIE HOLLINGSWORTH LYMAN (Mrs. Robert Pat- 
ton Lisle). 
Eighth in descent from Valentine HoUingsworth, Delaware. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Carpenter, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from John Lyman, Massachusetts. 
Sixth in descent from Sampson Sheaf, Jr., New Hampshire. 
Seventh in descent from Shadrach Walton, New Hampshire. 
Fifth in descent from Jeremiah Moulton, Maine. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel HoUingsworth, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from George Harlan, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Nicholas Pyle, Pennsylvania. 

1894. LISLE, META MARK. 

Seventh in descent from George Brent, Virginia. 

1892. LLOYD, ANNA HOWELL (Mrs. Malcolm Lloyd). 

Seventh in descent from Samuel Carpenter, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Lloyd, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Preston, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Jacob Howell, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Francis Collins, New Jersey. 
Seventh in descent from Randall Vernon, Pennsylvania. 

1893. LLOYD, ESTHER BARTON MALCOLM (Mrs. John Lloyd). 

Eighth in descent from Thomas Olney, Rhode Island. 
Eighth in descent from John Whipple, Rhode Island. 
Seventh in descent from Epenetus Olney, Rhode Island. 
Fourth in descent from Joseph Olney, Rhode Island. 

1892. LONGSTRETH, MARY OLIVER HASTINGS (Mrs. Morris Long- 
streth). 
Seventh in descent from Thomas Hastings, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from Samuel Bass, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from John Alden, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from William MulHns, Massachusetts. 

1894. LOVELAND, ELIZABETH SHEPARD. 

Ninth in descent from Edward Holyoke, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from Edward Griswold, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from Francis Griswold, Connecticut. 
Sixth in descent from Thomas Buckingham, Connecticut. 
Sixth in descent from John Bigelow, Connecticut. 



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Elected, 

Eighth in descent from John Talcott, Connecticut. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Talcott, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from Elizur Holyoke, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from WilUam Pynchon, Massachusetts. 
Sixth in descent from John Hurlbut, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from William Douglas, Connecticut. 
Tenth in descent from Thomas Stanton, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from John Stanton, Connecticut, 
Eleventh in descent from William Denison, Massachusetts. 
Tenth in descent from George Denison, Connecticut. 
Tenth in descent from William Cheeseborough, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from James Avery, Connecticut. 

1893. LOW, MRS. BERTHA LEA. 

Seventh in descent from Andrew Robeson, New Jersey. 
Sixth in descent from Edward Farmer, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Samuel Levis, Pennsylvania. 

1893. LUKENS, SUSAN FOULKE CORSON (Mrs. Jawood Lukens). 
Seventh in descent from Cornelius Corson, New York. 
Eighth in descent from James Harrison, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Edward Jones, M.D., Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from Owen Jones, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Wynne, M.D., Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Robert Owen, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Hugh Evans, Pennsylvania. 

1892. LUNDY, MARY SCOTT LINTON (Mrs. John Patterson Lundy). 
Fourth in descent from Jacob Perkins, New Jersey. 

LYMAN, EMILY REDWOOD. 

Seventh in descent from John Lyman, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from Sampson Sheaf, Sr., New Hampshire. 
Seventh in descent from Shadrach Walton, New Hampshire. 
Fifth in descent from Jeremiah Moulton, Maine. 
Eighth in descent from Valentine Holhngsworth, Delaware. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Carpenter, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Thomas Wharton, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel HolHngsworth, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from George Harlan, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Nicholas Pyle, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Sampson Sheaf, Jr, , New Hampshire, 



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Elected. 

1892. McAllister, louise. 

Fifth in descent from Richard McAlUster, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from John Cutler, M.D., Massachusetts. 
Sixth in descent from Matthew Dill, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Michael Taintor, Connecticut. 
Seventh in descent from Michael Taintor, 2d, Connecticut. 
Sixth in descent from Thomas Heyward, South Carolina. 
Ninth in descent from Richard Lord, Sr., Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from Richard Lord, Jr., Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from Gershom Bulkeley, ist, Connecticut. 
Sixth in descent from Gershom Bulkeley, 2d, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from Nathaniel Foote, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from John Prentice, Sr,, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from John Prentice, Jr. , Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from Samuel Smith, Connecticut and Massachu- 
setts. 
Tenth in descent from William Goodwin, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from Henry Smith, Massachusetts. 
Tenth in descent from William Pynchon, Massachusetts. 
Fifth in descent from Joseph Gibbons, Georgia. 

1893. McCLELLAN, ELISABETH. 

Fifth in descent from Samuel McClellan, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from William Bradford, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from William Bradford, Jr. , Massachusetts. 
Fourth in descent from James Eldredge, Connecticut. 
Seventh in descent from William Brinton, Jr., Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Joseph Brinton, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from George Peirce, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from John Gallup, Connecticut. 

1894. McCONNELL, ANNIE BLISS (Mrs. Samuel D. McConnell). 

Eighth in descent from William Willcoxson, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from David Des Marets, New York. 
Eighth in descent from Cornelius Waldo, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from Edward Durant, Massachusetts. 
Fifth in descent from Phineas Cook, Massachusetts. 
Fourth in descent from Joseph BHss, Massachusetts. 
Fifth in descent from Joseph Ellicott, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Jean Des Marets, New Jersey. 
Fourth in descent from James Christie, New Jersey. 
Tenth in descent from Thomas Stanton, Connecticut. 



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Elected. 

McKEAN, ELIZABETH WHARTON (Mrs. Thomas McKean). 
Sixth in descent from Thomas Wharton, Pennsylvania. 
Fourth in descent from Thomas Wharton, Jr., Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Carpenter, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Peter Baynton, New Jersey. 
Fifth in descent from John Baynton, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Budd, New Jersey. 
Seventh in descent from John Budd, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Samuel Richardson, Pennsylvania, 
Eighth in descent from John Bevan, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from WilUam Lewis, Maryland. 

1893. Mcknight, kate cassatt. 

Fifth in descent from WilHam Denny, Pennsylvania. 
Fourth in descent from Ebenezer Denny, Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from John Wilkins, Jr., Pennsylvania. 

1894. McMICHAEL, anna MALLET-PREVOST (Mrs. Charles 

McMichael). 
Eighth in descent from John Mifflin, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Benjamin Shurmer, Delaware. 

1892, MAGEE, FANNIE SARAH. 

Seventh in descent from Edward Hart, New Jersey. 
Sixth in descent from John Hart, New Jersey. 
Fifth in descent from John Polhemus, New Jersey. 

1893. MASON, SARAH CLEMENTINA McKEAN BORIE (Mrs. George 

Champlin Mason, Jr.). 
Fourth in descent from Thomas McKean, Pennsylvania. 

1892. MAY, JOSEPHINE LOUISA IZARD (Mrs. William De Courcy 

May); 
Fifth in descent from Ralph Izard, South CaroUna. 
Seventh in descent from Joseph Blake, South Carolina. 
Seventh in descent from Sir Nathaniel Johnson, South Carolina. 
Seventh in descent from Edward Middleton, South CaroHna. 
Sixth in descent from Gabriel Manigault, South CaroHna. 
Fifth in descent from Charles Pinckney, South Carolina. 
Seventh in descent from Thomas Broughton, South Carohna. 

1893. MAYER, MARY FISHER LEWIS (Mrs. Henry Christian Mayer). 

Sixth in descent from Evan Lewis, Pennsylvania. 



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Elected. 

Seventh in descent from Jonathan Hayes, Pennsylvania. 

Seventh in descent from William Hudson, Pennsylvania. 

Fifth in descent from Abel James, Pennsylvania. 

Fifth in descent from William Fisher, Pennsylvania. 

Fifth in descent from Joseph Fox, Pennsylvania. 

Eighth in descent from Phineas Pemberton, Pennsylvania. 

Seventh in descent from Joseph Kirkbride, Pennsylvania. 

Sixth in descent from Israel Pemberton, Jr., Pennsylvania. 

Eighth in descent from Samuel Carpenter, Pennsylvania. 

Seventh in descent from Samuel Spicer, New Jersey. 

Sixth in descent from Jacob Medcalf, New Jersey. 

Ninth in descent from James Harrison, Pennsylvania. 

Eighth in descent from Samuel Richardson, Pennsylvania. 

Seventh in descent from Thomas Wharton, Pennsylvania. 

Eighth in descent from Charles Read, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. 

1894. MERRITT, GERTRUDE R. MORRIS (Mrs. James S. Merritt). 
Eighth in descent from Anthony Morris, Sr., Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Anthony Morris, Jr., Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Lloyd, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Samuel Smith, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Richard Smith, New Jersey. 
Sixth in descent from Samuel Smith, Jr., New Jersey. 
Seventh in descent from Joseph Kirkbride, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Humphrey, Connecticut. 
Tenth in descent from Thomas Dudley, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from John Woodbridge, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from William Leete, Connecticut. 
Fifth in descent from Oliver Humphreys, Connecticut. 

MIFFLIN, ANN POULTNEY LARGE (Mrs. William Mifflin). 
Seventh in descent from Phihp Thomas, Maryland. 
Fourth in descent from Evan Thomas, Maryland. 

MIFFLIN, LILY STURGIS WIGHT (Mrs. James Mifflin). 
Sixth in descent from John Jones, Sr., Massachusetts. 
Fifth in descent from John Jones, Jr., Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from Hugh Clark, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from Peter Tallman, Rhode Island. 
Seventh in descent from James Trowbridge, Massachusetts. 
Fifth in descent from Joseph Gibbs, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from Thomas Wight, Massachusetts. 



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Elected. 

Seventh in descent from Thomas Fuller, Massachusetts. 
Sixth in descent from John Fuller, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from Daniel Fisher, Massachusetts. 
Sixth in descent from Nathaniel Stearns, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from John Howe, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from William French, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from Richard Ellis, Massachusetts. 

1892. MORGAN, SARAH FISHER CORLIES (Mrs. John B. Morgan). 

Sixth in descent from Thomas Fisher, Delaware. 

Seventh in descent from Thomas Willett, Jr., Long Island. 

Eighth in descent from Walter Clarke, Rhode Island. 

Fifth in descent from William Augustus Atlee, Pennsylvania. 

MORRIS, LYDIA THOMPSON. 

Seventh in descent from Anthony Morris, Sr., Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Anthony Morris, Jr., Pennsylvania. 
Fourth in descent from Samuel Morris, Pennsylvania. 

1894. MORTON, HELEN KIRKBRIDE. 

Eighth in descent from Mahlon Stacy, New Jersey. 
Ninth in descent from Robert Feake, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from Joseph Kirkbride, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Mahlon Kirkbride, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from William Cooper, New Jersey. 
Seventh in descent from Joseph Cooper, New Jersey. 
Ninth in descent from William Paxson, Sr., Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from William Paxson, Jr., Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from John Sotcher, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Jenks, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from John Curtis, Delaware. 

MORTON, MARY WALN WISTAR BROWN (Mrs. Thomas S. K. 
Morton). 
Ninth in descent from Thomas Lloyd, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Samuel Carpenter, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Samuel Preston, Pennsylvania. 

1893. MUMFORD, MARY ENO BASSETT (Mrs. Joseph P. Mum- 

ford). 
Eighth in descent from Stephen Hart, Connecticut. 
Seventh in descent from Thomas Hart, Connecticut. 

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Elected. 

Ninth in descent from Thomas Welles, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from WiUiam Goodrich, Connecticut. 

1893. NEILSON, FLORENCE. 

Seventh in descent from Clement Plumsted, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from William Plumsted, Pennsylvania. 

1892. -^ NEWLIN, LOUISA VERPLANCK (Mrs. Joseph Shipley Newlin). 
Fifth in descent from James De Lancey, New York. 
Fourth in descent from James Sykes, Delaware. 
Fourth in descent from Samuel Verplanck, New York. 

1892. NORRIS, JANE McKEE (Mrs. Louis Clapier Norris). 

Sixth in descent from Peter Alricks, Delaware. 

Fourth in descent from Hermanns Alricks, ist, Pennsylvania. 

1893. OGDEN, SARAH MORRIS PEROT (Mrs. Edward H. Ogden). 

Seventh in descent from Anthony Morris, Sr., Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Anthony Morris, Jr., Pennsylvania, 
Sixth in descent from Samuel Powel, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Barnabas Wilcox, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Daniel Smith, New Jersey. 
Seventh in descent from Edward Parrish, Maryland. 
Fifth in descent from Christopher Marshall, Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from William Callender, New Jersey. 

1892. OGLESBY, MARGARET ANTOINETTE LENNIG (Mrs. Joseph H. 
Oglesby). 
Fourth in descent from William Thompson, Connecticut. 
Tenth in descent from William Brewster, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from Gurdon Saltonstall, Connecticut. 
Tenth in descent from Sir Richard Saltonstall, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from Lion Gardiner, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from Thomas Welles, Connecticut. 

1894. OLIVER, AMELIA NEVILLE SHIELDS (Mrs. James Brown 

Oliver). 
Fourth in descent from Daniel Leet, Virginia. 
Fifth in descent from John Neville, Virginia. 
Sixth in descent from Jabez Huntington, ist, Connecticut. 
Fifth in descent from Jabez Huntington, 2d, Connecticut. 
Sixth in descent from Jedediah Elderkin, Connecticut. 



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Elected. 

1893. O'NEILL, FLORENCE EMILIE CHANDLER (Mrs. James Wilkes 
O'Neill). 
Seventh in descent from John Grubb, Delaware. 
Seventh in descent from John Buckley, Delaware. 
Eighth in descent from Edward Bezer, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Thomas Withers, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from William Callender, New Jersey. 
Seventh in descent from Daniel Smith, New Jersey. 
Seventh in descent from Joshua Hastings, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Willoughby Warder, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Benjamin Mendenhall, Pennsylvania. 
Ninth in descent from Nicholas Newlin, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Nathaniel Newlin, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from William Hewes, Pennsylvania. 

1892. PACKARD, ELIZABETH DWIGHT. 

Ninth in descent from Thomas Hooker, Connecticut. 
Fifth in descent from Edward Fitz Randolph, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from John Dwight, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from Timothy Dwight, ist, Massachusetts. 
Sixth in descent from Henry Dwight, Massachusetts. 
Fifth in descent from Josiah Dwight, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from Edmund Ouincy, Sr., Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from Edmund Quincy, Jr., Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Willett, Sr., New York. 

1892. PACKARD, ELIZABETH WOOD (Mrs. John Hooker Packard). 
Fourth in descent frorn Edward Fitz Randolph, Pennsylvania. 

PARKS, JULIA WARING (Mrs. J. Lewis Parks). 

Ninth in descent from WiUiam Bradford, Sr., Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from William Bradford, Jr., Massachusetts. 

1892. PARRISH, MARY CONYNGHAM (Mrs. Charles Parrish). 
Fourth in descent from Redmond Conyngham, Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from Robert Ellis, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Wilham Butler, Massachusetts. 
Fourth in descent from Zebulon Butler, Connecticut. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Ingalls, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from John Perkins, Sr., Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from John Perkins, Jr., Massachusetts. 
Sixth in descent from Joseph Rogers, Connecticut. 



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Elected. 

Sixth in descent from Richard Lord, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from Alexander Knowles, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from George Clark, Connecticut. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Clark, Connecticut. 
Sixth in descent from Timothy Pierce, Connecticut. 
Fifth in descent from Ezekiel Pierce, Connecticut. 

1892. PATTERSON, CHARLOTTE DALLAS MORRELL (^Irs. John 

Curtis Patterson). 
Fifth in descent from Benjamin Chew, Pennsylvania. 

1894. PATTERSON, ELLEN STUART (Mrs. C. Stuart Patterson). 
Eighth in descent from George Denison, Connecticut. 

1894. PATTERSON, FRANCES BISSELL (Mrs. Theodore Cuyler Pat- 
terson). 
Ninth in descent from John Bissell, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from John Mason, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from Daniel Clark, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from George Hull, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from Cornelius Hull, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from Jehu Burr, Connecticut. 
Seventh in descent from John Burr, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from Edward Thurston, Rhode Island. 
Seventh in descent from Matthias Nicoll, New York. 
Sixth in descent from William Nicoll, New York. 

1893. PEABODY, SARAH WOLCOTT HARRISON (Mrs. George E. 

Peabody). 
Eighth in descent from John Davenport, Jr. , Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from Henry Wolcott, Connecticut. 
Seventh in descent from Roger Wolcott, Connecticut. 
Sixth in descent from Alexander Wolcott, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Harrison, Connecticut. 
Seventh in descent from Nathaniel Harrison, Connecticut. 
Sixth in descent from Josiah Harrison, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from William Hoadley, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from John Davenport, Sr., Connecticut. 
Seventh in descent from John Davenport, 3d, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from Abraham Pierson, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from Simon Wolcott, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from Job Drake, Connecticut. 



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Elected. 

Ninth in descent from Daniel Clark, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from Nathan Gould, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from Samuel Hemingway, Connecticut, 
Ninth in descent from John Cooper, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from Thomas Trowbridge, Connecticut. 

1894. PEARCE, ELIZABETH FRALEY (Mrs. Thomas D. Pearce). 
Fourth in descent from John Chapman, M.D., Pennsylvania. 

1892. PEARS ALL, HANNAH MILLER PARRISH (Mrs. William Pear- 
sall). 
Seventh in descent from Edward Parrish, Maryland. 
Seventh in descent from Hugh Roberts, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Caleb Pusey, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Francis Collins, New Jersey. 
Eighth in descent from Henry Hosier, Maryland. 
Sixth in descent from Ebenezer Miller, New Jersey. 
Sixth in descent from Elisha Bassett, New Jersey. 
Eighth in descent from Plenry Wood, New Jersey. 

1892. PEIRCE, LUCY SPOTSWOOD (Mrs. George Peirce). 
Sixth in descent from Sir Alexander Spotswood, Virginia. 
Fourth in descent from John Spotswood, Virginia. 
Fifth in descent from Charles Willing, Pennsylvania. 
Fourth in descent from Thomas Willing, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Edward Shippen, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Jasper Yeates, Delaware. 
Fifth in descent from* Samuel McCall, Pennsylvania. 
Fourth in descent from Richard Peters, Pennsylvania. 

1892. PENNYPACKER, VIRGINIA E. BROOMALL (Mrs. Samuel W. 
Penn'ypacker). 
Eighth in descent from George Maris, Pennsylvania. 

1892. PEPPER, ALICE LYMAN (Mrs. William Platt Pepper). 
Seventh in descent from Joshua Wingate, New Hampshire. 
Seventh in descent from John Burrill, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from John Pickering, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from Nathaniel Bacon, Massachusetts. 
Fifth in descent from Samuel Allyne, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from Nicholas Jacob, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from Edward Foster, Massachusetts. 



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Elected. 

Eighth in descent from Joseph Church, Rhode Island. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Willis, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from John Bicknell, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from John Lyman, Massachusetts. 
Fifth in descent from Samuel Allyne Otis, Massachusetts. 
Sixth in descent from James Otis, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from John Otis, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from John Plumb, Connecticut. 
Sixth in descent from Harrison Gray, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from Ezekiel Lewis, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from William Lewis, Connecticut. 
Fifth in descent from George Williams, Massachusetts. 

1892. PEROT, ANNIE LOVERING. 

Eighth in descent from Anthony Morris, Sr. , Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Anthony Morris, Jr., Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Powel, ist, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from William Brinton, Jr., Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from William Callender, New Jersey. 
Ninth in descent from Pierre Cresson, New York. 
Seventh in descent from Daniel Smith, New Jersey. 
Eighth in descent from Barnabas Wilcox, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Everard Bolton, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Christopher Marshall, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Edward Parrish, Maryland. 

1893. PETTIT, SUSAN HOUGH GODDARD (Mrs. Silas W. Pettit). 

Fifth in descent from John Lacey, Pennsylvania. 

Fourth in descent from Abraham Chapman, Pennsylvania. 

Fifth in descent from Thomas Reynolds, New Jersey. 

1892. PHILLER, REBECCA HORNER RUCKMAN (Mrs. George Phil- 

ler). 
Fifth in descent from William Darrah, Pennsylvania. 
Fourth in descent from John Mann, Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from James Hart, Pennsylvania. 
Fourth in descent from William Long, Pennsylvania. 

1893. PHILLIPS, ANNA CLIFFORD BIDDLE (Mrs. Clement Stocker 

Phillips). 
Fourth in descent from Clement Biddle, Pennsylvania. 



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Elected. 

1892. PRESTON, MARY ALICE CAROLINE KRUMBHAAR (Mrs. 

George Rutledge Preston). 
Fourth in descent from William Butler, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Samuel Smith, Pennsylvania. 

PRIME, LAURETTE DE TOUSARD COXE (Mrs. Frederick 
Prime). 
Sixth in descent from Daniel Coxe, New Jersey. 
Fourth in descent from John Cox, New Jersey. 
Seventh in descent from John Eckley, Pennsylvania. 

1894. REATH, AUGUSTA MEADE ROBERTS (Mrs. Theodore W. 
Reath). 
Ninth in descent from John Bissell, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from John Moore, Connecticut. 
Fifth in descent from David Bissell, 3d, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from Matthew Grant, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from John Porter, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from William Pratt, Connecticut. 
Tenth in descent from John Clark, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from William Backus, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from Simon Huntington, Connecticut. 
Sixth in descent from Simon Backus, Connecticut. 
Seventh in descent from Timothy Edwards, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from Anthony Stoddard, Massachusetts. 
Tenth in descent from Emanuel Downing, Massachusetts. 
Fifth in descent from Israel Morey, New Hampshire. 
Seventh in descent ffom Edward Farmer, Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from William Dewees, Pennsylvania. 

1893. REEVES, ELISE FISHER (Mrs. David Reeves). 

Fifth in descent from William Fisher, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Wilham Hudson, Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from Joseph Fox, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Phineas Pemberton, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Joseph Kirkbride, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Samuel Carpenter, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Jacob Medcalf, New Jersey. 
Seventh in descent from Thomas Wharton, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Samuel Richardson, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Jacob Morgan, Sr. , Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from Jacob Morgan, Jr., Pennsylvania. 



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Elected. 

1894. RHODES, EMILY BORIE (Mrs. James Mauran Rhodes). 
Fourth in descent from Thomas McKean, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from James Armitage, Delaware. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Land, Delaware. 
Eighth in descent from James Claypoole, Pennsylvania. 

RICH, SARAH MASON SPENCER (Mrs. Thomas Hudson Rich). 
Seventh in descent from William Smith, New York. 
Sixth in descent from William Henry Smith, New York. 
Sixth in descent from Ebenezer Sproat, Massachusetts. 
Fifth in descent from James Sproat, Pennsylvania. 

1894. RICHARDSON, HANNAH PEROT (Mrs. Charles Richardson). 
Fifth in descent from William Callender, New Jersey. 
Sixth in descent from Daniel Smith, New Jersey. 
Sixth in descent from Rees Thomas, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Edward Jones, M.D., Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Thomas Wynne, M.D., Pennsylvania. 

1893. RIEGEL, MARGARET LOUISE KNORR (Mrs. Jacob Riegel). 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Lee, Connecticut. 
Fifth in descent from Ezra Lee, Connecticut. 

1893. ROBERTS, ELIZABETH HILL BISSELL (Mrs. Thomas Roberts). 
Eighth in descent from John Bissell, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from John Moore, Connecticut. 
Fourth in descent from David Bissell, 3d, Connecticut. 
Fourth in descent from Israel Morey, New Hampshire. 
Eighth in descent from Matthew Grant, Connecdcut. 
Eighth in descent from John Porter, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from William Pratt, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from John Clark, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from WiUiam Backus, Connecticut. 
Seventh in descent from Simon Huntington, Connecticut. 
Fifth in descent from Simon Backus, Connecticut. 
Sixth in descent from Timothy Edwards, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from Anthony Stoddard, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from Emanuel Downing, Massachusetts. 

1892. ROBERTS, MIRIAM PYLE WILLIAMS (Mrs. George Brooke 
Roberts). 
Sixth in descent from Rees Thomas, Pennsylvania. 



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Elected. 

Seventh in descent from Thomas Wynne, M.D., Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Edward Jones, M.D., Pennsylvania. 

1894. RODNEY, LOUISA CHASZOURNE. 

Seventh in descent from William Rodney, Delaware. 
Sixth in descent from William Rodney, Jr., Delaware. 
Fourth in descent from John Rodney, Delaware. 
Sixth in descent from John Curtis, Delaware. 
Fifth in descent from Henry Fisher, Delaware. 

1893. ROGERS, J. ELIZABETH SLOCUM (Mrs. Talbot Mercer 
Rogers). 
Sixth in descent from Joseph Slocum, Rhode Island. 
Tenth in descent from John Green, Sr., Rhode Island. 
Ninth in descent from John Green, Jr., Rhode Island. 
Tenth in descent from William Almy, Rhode Island. 
Eighth in descent from Ebenezer Slocum, Rhode Island. 
Eighth in descent from Edward Thurston, Rhode Island. 
Sixth in descent from Isaac Tripp, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from William Pitkin, ist, Connecticut. 
Seventh in descent from William Pitkin, 2d, Connecticut. 
Sixth in descent from Thomas Pitkin, ist, Connecticut. 
Fifth in descent from Thomas Pitkin, 2d, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from Caleb Stanley, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from Thomas Welles, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from Joseph Judson, Connecticut. 
Seventh in descent from Daniel White, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from Joseph Marsh, ist, Connecticut. 
Seventh in descent from Joseph Marsh, 2d, Connecticut. 
Sixth in descent from Joseph Marsh, 3d, Connecticut. 
Fifth in descent from Joseph Marsh, 4th, Vermont. 
Tenth in descent from John Webster, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from John Mason, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from William Denison, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from Edward Denison, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from Joseph Weld, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from Edmund Hobart, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from John White, Connecticut. 
Tenth in descent from Wilham Goodwin, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from Thomas Hosmer, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from WiUiam Park, Massachusetts. 
Tenth in descent from John Holgrave, Massachusetts. 



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Elected. 

1892. ROGERS, SOPHIE SELDEN (Mrs. Harry Rogers). 

Sixth in descent from Samuel Selden, Sr., Connecticut. 
Fifth in descent from Samuel Selden, Jr., Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from Thomas Hosmer, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from William Dudley, Sr. , Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from William Dudley, Jr., Connecticut. 
Seventh in descent from Joseph Dudley, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from William Pratt, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from John Pratt, Connecticut. 
Tenth in descent from John Clark, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from Reinold Marvin, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Lea, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from Thomas Miner, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from Joseph Miner, Connecticut. 
Tenth in descent from Walter Palmer, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from James Avery, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from John Sherman, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from Joseph Sherman, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from Edward Winship, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from John Hall, Connecticut. 
Seventh in descent from Nathaniel Hall, Connecticut. 
Sixth in descent from Richard Ely, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from Joseph Peck, Connecticut. 
Seventh in descent from Francis West, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from Joseph Lothrop, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from Daniel Redington, Massachusetts. 
Tenth in descent from William Parker, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from John Sacket, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from Daniel Sperry, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Curtis, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from George Clark, Connecticut. 

1893. SANDERS, ANNE NICHOLAS. 

Fifth in descent from Robert Carter Nicholas, Virginia. 
Fourth in descent from George Nicholas, Virginia. 
Eighth in descent from Miles Gary, Sr., Virginia. 
Seventh in descent from Miles Gary, Jr., Virginia. 
Fourth in descent from John Wilkins, Jr. , Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Wilson Cary, Virginia. 
Sixth in descent from John Smith, Maryland. 
Fifth in descent from Samuel Smith, Maryland. 
Seventh in descent from Robert Carter, Virginia. 



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Elected. 

SANDERS, MARIA DALLAS WILKINS (Mrs. John Sanders). 
Third in descent from John Wilkins, Jr. , Pennsylvania. 

SCHAFFER, MARY WARREN DORR (Mrs. William L. Schaf- 
fer). 
Sixth in descent from Edward Dorr, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Dalton, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from Robert Pike, Massachusetts. 
Fifth in descent from Nathaniel Walter, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from Increase Mather, Massachusetts. 
Sixth in descent from Benjamin Lynde, Sr., Massachusetts. 
Fifth in descent from Benjamin Lynde, Jr., Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from William Browne, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from William Browne, Jr., Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from John Bowles, Sr., Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from John Bowles, Jr., Massachusetts. 
Sixth in descent from John Bowles, 3d, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from Thomas Willett, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from John Eliot, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Checkley, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from John Cotton, Massachusetts. 

SCOTT, HANNAH LEWIS. 

Seventh in descent from John Scott, New York. 

Seventh in descent from Anthony Rutgers, New York. 

Ninth in descent from Rutger J. Van Schoenderwoerdt, New York. 

Ninth in descent from Anthony de Hooge, New York. 

Fifth in descent from John Morin Scott, New York. 

Seventh in descent from Samuel Carpenter, Pennsylvania. 

Sixth in descent from George Emlen, Pennsylvania. 

Sixth in descent from Bartholomew Wyatt, New Jersey. 

Fifth in descent from Samuel Morris, Pennsylvania. 

Eighth in descent from Anthony Morris, Sr., Pennsylvania. 

Seventh in descent from Anthony Morris, Jr., Pennsylvania. 

Seventh in descent from Samuel Powell, Pennsylvania. 

Eighth in descent from Barnabas Wilcox, Pennsylvania. 

Eighth in descent from Nicholas Newlin, Pennsylvania. 

Seventh in descent from Nathaniel Newlin, Pennsylvania. 

Seventh in descent from Robert Pyle, Pennsylvania. 

Sixth in descent from William Pyle, Pennsylvania. 

Seventh in descent from John Bennett, Pennsylvania. 

Sixth in descent from Thomas Wharton, Pennsylvania. 



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Elected, 

Seventh in descent from Robert Owen, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from William Hudson, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Samuel Richardson, Pennsylvania, 
Eighth in descent from Wilham Lewis, Maryland, 
Seventh in descent from WilHam Garrett, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Ralph Fishbourne, Pennsylvania. 
Ninth in descent from Joris Jansen de Rapelje, New York. 
Seventh in descent from Derrick Jansen, Pennsylvania, 
Seventh in descent from Joseph Tomhnson, New Jersey. 
Seventh in descent from Adrian Hoogland, New York. 
Fifth in descent from William Fishbourne, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Caspar Wistar, Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from Robert Lewis, Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from Joseph Wharton, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Anthony Morris, 3d, Pennsylvania. 

1894. SEWELL, MARTHA WATSON (Mrs, William Reeves Sewell). 
Sixth in descent from Mark Watson, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from John Sotcher, Pennsylvania, 

1892. ^SHELTON, MATILDA HART (Mrs. Frederick Rudd Shel- 

ton). 
Fifth in descent from James Hart, Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from William McCalla, Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from William Darrah, Pennsylvania. 

1893. SHIPPEN, AUGUSTA CHAUNCEY TWIGGS (Mrs. Edward Ship- 

pen). 
Third in descent from John Twiggs, Georgia. 
Fourth in descent from Stephen Decatur, Pennsylvania. 

SHIPPEN, KATHARINE PAUL (Mrs. Frederick A. Packard). 
Eighth in descent from Edward Shippen, ist, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Edward Shippen, 3d, Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from Edward Shippen, 4th, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Tench Francis, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from John Rodman, New Jersey. 

1892. SIMS, GRACE LEDLIE PATTERSON (Mrs. John Clarke Sims). 
Sixth in descent from Johannes Cuyler, New York, 
Seventh in descent from Dirck Van Wessels Ten Broeck, New 
York, 



6i 

Elected. 

1892. SIMS, MARY JOSEPHINE ABERCROMBIE (Mrs. Clifford Stan- 

ley Sims). 
Fifth in descent from Peter Baynton, New Jersey. 
Fourth in descent from John Baynton, Pennsylvania. 

1893. SITER, SUSAN HARLAN HOLLINGSWORTH (Mrs. Edward 

Siter). 
Seventh in descent from Valentine Hollingsworth, Delaware. 
Seventh in descent from John Bezer, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Benjamin Mendenhall, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Nicholas Fairlamb, ist, Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from John Fairlamb, Pennsylvania. 
Fourth in descent from Nicholas Fairlamb, 2d, Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from Jonas Preston, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Peter Alricks, Delaware. 
Fifth in descent from John Price, Delaware. 
Eighth in descent from Samuel Land, Delaware. 
Ninth in descent from James WaUiams, Delaware. 

1892. SMITH, ELIZABETH PEARSALL. 

Sixth in descent from Samuel Smith, New Jersey. 

Fifth in descent from Richard Smith, New Jersey. 

Fourth in descent from John Smith, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. 

Seventh in descent from Thomas Lloyd, Pennsylvania. 

Fifth in descent from James Logan, Pennsylvania. 

1892. SMITH, ELLA JANE GRUBB (Mrs. Levi Heber Smith). 

Fourth in descent from Peter Grubb, Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from James Burd, Pennsylvania, 
Sixth in descent from Matthew Brooke, Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from William Brooke, Pennsylvania. 

1893. SMITH, ESTHER (Hetty). 

Sixth in descent from Samuel Smith, New Jersey. 
Fifth in descent from James Logan, Pennsylvania. 

1893. SMITH, JACQUELINE HARRISON (Mrs. W. Hinckle Smith). 
Sixth in descent from Gideon Hoxie, Rhode Island. 
Fifth in descent from Peleg Hoxie, Rhode Island. ^ 
Ninth in descent from Matthew Campfield, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from John Babcock, Rhode Island, 
Tenth in descent from Thomas Stanton, Connecticut. 



Elected. 



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Tenth in descent from John Gallup, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from WilHam Champlin, Rhode Island. 
Tenth in descent from Jeffrey Champhn, Rhode Island. 
Tenth in descent from George Lawton, Rhode Island. 
Tenth in descent from James Babcock, Rhode Island. 
Tenth in descent from Richard Treat, Connecticut. 
Tenth in descent from John Prentice, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from Gershom Lockwood, Connecticut. 
Seventh in descent from Joseph Stanton, Rhode Island. 
Eighth in descent from Edward Ball, New Jersey. 

SMITH, LUCY PANCOAST MILLER (Mrs. Henry Cavalier 
Smith). 
Seventh in descent from Mahlon Stacy, New Jersey. 

>2. SMITH, MARY ELEANOR DIEHL (Mrs. Edward Iungerich 
Smith). 
Sixth in descent from Jacob Morgan, Sr., Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Christopher Wetherill, New Jersey. 
Eighth in descent from Richard Stockton, Long Island. 

)2. SMITH, MARY PENINGTON (Mrs. Robert W. Smith). 
Eighth in descent from Anthony Morris, Sr., Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Anthony Morris, Jr. , Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Powel, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from John Lawrence, New Jersey. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Jennings, New Jersey. 
Sixth in descent from William Biles, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Edward Penington, ist, Pennsylvania. 
Fourth in descent from Edward Penington, 2d, Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from Benjamin Shoemaker, Pennsylvania. 

12. *SNIVELY, IDA ELIOT SELLECK (Mrs. Summerfield Emory 
Snively). 
Eighth in descent from John Gregory, Connecticut. 
Seventh in descent from Richard Law, Connecticut. 
Sixth in descent from David Lambert, Connecticut. 
Seventh in descent from Gershom Bulkeley, Connecticut. 
Seventh in descent from Eleazar Kimberly, Connecticut. 
Sixth in descent from Thomas Kimberly, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from Samuel Hale, Connecticut. 



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Elected. 

SPENCER, AGNES MARY SMITH (Mrs. Graham Spencer). 
Fifth in descent from Giles Knight, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from John Kaighn, New Jersey. 
Fifth in descent from Arthur Donaldson, Pennsylvania. 

1892. STARR, ANNA. 

Seventh in descent from Joseph Pennock, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Joseph Brinton, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from William Brinton, Jr., Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Samuel Levis, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Walter Faucit, Pennsylvania. 
Ninth in descent from William Jenkins, Pennsylvania. 
Ninth in descent from Samuel Wade, New Jersey. 
Seventh in descent from Joseph Reeve, New Jersey. 
Eighth in descent from Mark Reeve, New Jersey. 
Eighth in descent from George Peirce, Pennsylvania. 

1892. STARR, ESTHER ELIZABETH LARDNER. 

Fifth in descent from Lynford Lardner, Pennsylvania. 
Fourth in descent from John Lardner, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Richard Saltar, New Jersey. 
Sixth in descent from Richard Saltar, Jr., New Jersey. 
Ninth in descent from Edward Rawson, Massachusetts. 
Fifth in descent from Benjamin Hoppin, Rhode Island. 
Seventh in descent from Joseph Pennock, Pennsylvania. 
Ninth in descent from Edward Tyng, Maine. 
Thirteenth in descent from George Cleeves, Maine. 
Tenth in descent from Thomas Savage, Massachusetts. 
Tenth in descent from Thomas Weld, ist, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from Thomas Weld, 2d, Massachusetts. 
Tenth in descent from Thaddeus Clarke, Maine. 
Tenth in descent from John Glover, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from Samuel Levis, Pennsylvania. 

STARR, MARY HUMPHREYS LARDNER (Mrs. Isaac Starr). 
Fourth in descent from Lynford Lardner, Pennsylvania. 
Third in descent from John Lardner, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Richard Saltar, New Jersey. 
Fifth in descent from Richard Saltar, Jr., New Jerse>\ 
Eighth in descent from Edward Rawson, Massachusetts. 
Fourth in descent from Benjamin Hoppin, Rhode Island. 
Eighth in descent from Edward Tyng, Maine. 



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Elected. 

Twelfth in descent from George Cleeves, Maine. 
Ninth in descent from Thomas Savage, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from Thomas Weld, ist, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Weld, 2d, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from Thaddeus Clarke, Maine. 
Ninth in descent from John Glover, Massachusetts. 

1892. STARR, MARY PARRISH (Mrs. Louis Starr). 

Seventh in descent from Edward Parrish, Maryland. 
Seventh in descent from Hugh Roberts, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Caleb Pusey, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Francis CoUins, New Jersey. 
Eighth in descent from Henry Hosier, Maryland. 
Sixth in descent from Ebenezer Miller, New Jersey. 
Sixth in descent from Elisha Bassett, New Jersey. 
Eighth in descent from Henry Wood, New Jersey. 

1893. STEEL, IDA GRANT (Mrs. Edward T. Steel). 

Fifth in descent from Samuel Grant, Massachusetts. 
Fourth in descent from Moses Grant, Massachusetts. 

1892. STENGER, HELEN MAR REID (Mrs. William S. Stenger). 
Fourth in descent from Hugh Dinwiddle, Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from Robert Culbertson, Pennsylvania. 

1892. STEVENS, ANNA MARIA CONYNGHAM (Mrs. '\Villiam Bacon 
Stevens). 
Fourth in descent from Redmond Conyngham, Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from Robert Ellis, Pennsylvania. 
Fourth in descent from William West, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from William Butler, Massachusetts. 
Fourth in descent from Zebulon Butler, Connecticut. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Ingalls, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from John Perkins, Sr., Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from John Perkins, Jr., Massachusetts. 
Sixth in descent from Joseph Rogers, Connecticut. 
Fifth in descent from Isaac Sheppard, Connecticut. 
Sixth in descent from Richard Lord, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from Alexander Knowles, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from George Clarke, Connecticut. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Clarke, Connecticut. 
Sixth in descent from Timothy Pierce, Connecticut. 
Fifth in descent from Ezekiel Pierce, Connecticut. 



65 

Elected. 

STEVENSON, SARA YORKE (Mrs. Cornelius Stevenson). 
Fifth in descent from Thomas Yorke, Pennsylvania. 
Fourth in descent from Edward Yorke, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Olof Stille, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Restore Lippincott, New Jersey. 
Seventh in descent from Mahlon Stacy, New Jersey. 

1892. STEWARDSON, MARY HOLLINGSWORTH. 

Seventh in descent from Valentine Hollingsworth, Delaware. 
Sixth in descent from Henry HolHngsworth, Delaware. 
Fifth in descent from Zebulon Hollingsworth, Maryland. 
Fourth in descent from Levi Hollingsworth, Pennsylvania. 
Fourth in descent from Joshua Humphreys, Pennsylvania. 

1893. STOCKTON, CHRISTINE HARE (Mrs. Newberry Allen Stock- 

ton). 
Tenth in descent from John Winthrop, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from Edmund Hobart, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from James Claypoole, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Edward Shippen, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Samuel Carpenter, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Charles Wilhng, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Elias Boudinot, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from James Emott, New Jersey. 

1893. STRUTHERS, VIRGINIA MOYLAN BIRD (Mrs. John Struthers). 
Seventh in descent from Cornelius Empson, Delaware. 
Fourth in descent from Zachariah Van Leuvenigh, Delaware. 
Fifth in descent from James Armitage, Delaware. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Land, Delaware. 
Eighth in descent from Richard Stockton, Long Island. 
Seventh in descent from Joshua Wright, New Jersey. 
Eighth in descent from James Walliams, Delaware. 

1892. TAYLOR, AMEY DORRANCE RICHMOND (Mrs. John Bonsall 
Taylor). 
Tenth in descent from John Alden, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from Edward Richmond, Rhode Island. 
Sixth in descent from Sylvester Richmond, 2d, Massachusetts. 
Tenth in descent from Benedict Arnold, Rhode Island. 
Ninth in descent from Thomas Angell, Rhode Island. 
Ninth in descent from William Peabody, Rhode Island. 

5 



66 

Elected. 

Ninth in descent from William Bradford, Jr., Massachusetts. 
Tenth in descent from WiUiam Bradford, Sr., Massachusetts. 

1893. TAYLOR, EMILY DRAYTON (Mrs. John Madison Taylor). 

Fourth in descent from William Drayton, South Carolina. 
Sixth in descent from Thomas Heyward, South Carolina. 
Fifth in descent from Daniel Heyward, South CaroUna. 
Seventh in descent from WilHam Bull, South Carolina. 
Fifth in descent from Thomas Shubrick, South CaroHna. 

1894. THACKARA, ELEANOR SHERMAN (Mrs. Alexander Mont- 

gomery Thackara). 
Eighth in descent from Samuel Sherman, Connecticut. 
Seventh in descent from John Sherman, Connecticut. 
Fifth in descent from Daniel Sherman, Connecticut. 
Ninth in descent from Matthew Mitchell, Connecticut. 
Seventh in descent from Joseph Weld, Massachusetts, 

THAYER. MARY RANDOLPH CHAPMAN (Mrs. John Borland 
Thayer). 
Seventh in descent from WiUiam Biddle, ist. New Jersey. 
Fifth in descent from Gideon Cornell, Rhode Island. 
Sixth in descent from William Biddle, 2d, New Jersey. 
Fourth in descent from Clement Biddle, Pennsylvania. 
Ninth in descent from Thomas Hazard, Rhode Island. 
Eighth in descent from George Lawton, Rhode Island. 

1892. THOMSON, KATHARINE BEACH (Mrs. William G. Thomson). 
Eighth in descent from John Steele, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from William Bradford, Sr., Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from William Bradford, Jr., Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from Cyprian Nichols, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from William Spencer, Massachusetts. 
Fifth in descent from George Morgan, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from William Biles, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Peter Baynton, New Jersey. 
Sixth in descent from John Baynton, Pennsylvania. 
Ninth in descent from Thomas Budd, New Jersey. 
Sixth in descent from Henry Heth, Virginia. 

THOURON, ANNA DUTILH (Mrs. Nicholas Thouron). 
Eighth in descent from George Maris, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Jonathan Hayes, Pennsylvania. 



67 

Elected. 

1894. TOWNSEND, GEORGIANA LAWRENCE TALMAN (Mrs. Henry 
C. Townsend). 
Eighth in descent from John Townsend, Long Island. 

1893. TROTTER, MARY JANE HART (Mrs. Edward H. Trotter). 
Fourth in descent from James Hart, Pennsylvania. 
Fourth in descent from William McCalla, Pennsylvania. 

1892. TYLER, HELEN BEACH. 

Ninth in descent from Thomas Hooker, Connecticut. 
Sixth in descent from Robert Ogden, New Jersey. 
Fourth in descent from Daniel Tyler, Jr., New Jersey. 

1892. VAUX, META. 

Eighth in descent from Thomas Lloyd, Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from Samuel Morris, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Nicholas Wain, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Edward Roberts, Pennsylvania. 

1893. WAINWRIGHT, MARY BANKSON KING (Mrs. Joseph R. Wain- 

wright). 
Seventh in descent from Andrew Bankson, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from WiUiam Shaw, Delaware. 
Fifth in descent from Richard McWilliam, Delaware. 

1 89 1. WALLACE, KATHARINE JONES (Mrs. William Thomas Wal- 

lace). 
Fourth in descent from Jonathan Jones, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from John Rodman, New Jersey. 
Fourth in descent from William Rodman, Pennsylvania. 
Third in descent from William Rodman, Jr., Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Thomas Willett, Jr., New York. 
Sixth in descent from William Willett, New York. 

1892. WASHINGTON, ELIZABETH CRAWFORD. 

Eighth in descent from John Washington, Virginia. 
Eighth in descent from Augustine Warner, Virginia. 

1893. WATERMAN, SALLIE MASON. 

Seventh in descent from WiUiam Smith, New York. 
Eighth in descent from Henry Sampson, Massachusetts. 
Sixth in descent from Ebenezer Sproat, Massachusetts. 



6S 

Elected. 

Sixth in descent from William Henry Smith, New York. 
Fourth in descent from Joseph Spencer, Pennsylvania. 

WEAVER, MARY MATILDA PATTERSON (Mrs. Ethan Allen 
Weaver). 
Seventh in descent from Theophilus Philhps, 3d, New Jersey. 
Ninth in descent from Peter Prudden, Connecticut. 
Eighth in descent from John Prudden, New York. 
Tenth in descent from Ralph Hunt, Long Island. 
Eighth in descent from William Green, New Jersey. 
Eighth in descent from Samuel Moore, Long Island. 

WEBB, ESTHER ODIN DORR (Mrs. William Hewitt Webb). 
Sixth in descent from Edward Dorr, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Dalton, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from Robert Pike, Massachusetts. 
Fifth in descent from Nathaniel Walter, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from Increase Mather, Massachusetts. 
Sixth in descent from Benjamin Lynde, Sr., Massachusetts. 
Fifth in descent from Benjamin Lynde, Jr., Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from William Browne, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from William Browne, Jr., Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from John Bowles, Sr. , Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from John Bowles, Jr., Massachusetts. 
Sixth in descent from John Bowles, 3d, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from Thomas Willett, Sr., New York. 
Ninth in descent from John EHot, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Checkley, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from John Cotton, Massachusetts. 

1892. WEST, SARAH BURD SHIPPEN (Mrs. William AVhitehead 
West). 
Seventh in descent from Edward Shippen, ist, Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from Edward Shippen, 3d, Pennsylvania, 
Fifth in descent from Matthew Brooke, Pennsylvania. 
Fourth in descent from John Twiggs, Georgia. 
Fifth in descent from Stephen Decatur, Pennsylvania. 

1894. WHARTON, AMELIA BIRD SHOEMAKER (Mrs. Joseph S. Lov- 
ERiNG Wharton). 
Eighth in descent from Robert Heaton, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Tobias Leech, Pennsylvania. 



69 

Elected. 

Eighth in descent from William Jenkins, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Phineas Pemberton, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from William Brinton, Jr., Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Joseph Brinton, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from George Peirce, Pennsylvania, 
Ninth in descent from James Harrison, Pennsylvania. 

WHARTON, ANNE HOLLINGSWORTH. 

Sixth in descent from Thomas Wharton, Pennsylvania. 
Fourth in descent from John Boggs, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Valentine Hollings worth, Delaware. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Carpenter, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Hollings worth, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from George Harlan, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Nicholas Pyle, Pennsylvania, 

1893. WHARTON, MARY MORGAN, 

Seventh in descent from Thomas Lloyd, Pennsylvania, 
Sixth in descent from Thomas Wharton, Pennsylvania. 
Fourth in descent from Thomas Wharton, Jr., Pennsylvania. 

1894,, WHEELER, LAETITIA COLLINS HULSE (Mrs, S. Bowman 
Wheeler), 
Ninth in descent from Thomas Lloyd, Pennsylvania. 
Ninth in descent from Anthony Morris, Sr,, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Anthony Morris, Jr., Pennsylvania. 
Ninth in descent from Thomas Wynne, M.D., Pennsylvania, 

1892. WHEELER, SARAH CAROLINE CARPENTER (Mrs. Andrew 
Wheeler). 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Carpenter, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Samuel Carpenter, Jr., Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from Preston Carpenter, New Jersey. 
Fourth in descent from Thomas Carpenter, New Jersey. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Lloyd, Pennsylvania. 
Ninth in descent from Richard Preston, Maryland. 
Eighth in descent from Richard Preston, Jr., Maryland. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Preston, Pennsylvania. 

1892. WHELEN, LAURA BAKER (Mrs. Henry Whelen, Jr.). 
Fifth in descent from George Nice, Pennsylvania. 
Fourth in descent from Michael Baker, Jr., Pennsylvania, 



70 

Elbctbd. 

1892. WHELEN, MARY HAMILTON. 

Fourth in descent from Israel Whelen, Pennsylvania. 

Fourth in descent from Josiah Chase, Maine. 

Ninth in descent from Simon Bradstreet, Massachusetts. 

1894. WHELEN, SARAH SMITH (Mrs. Alfred Whelen). 
Fifth in descent from Michael Hillegas, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from William Moore, Pennsylvania. 

1893. WHITE, EMILIE TROTTER (Mrs. Floyd Hall White). 

Fifth in descent from James Hart, Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from William McCalla, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Joseph Trotter, Pennsylvania. 

1894. WHITFIELD, SUSIE BIRD (Mrs. Edwin A. Whitfield). 

Seventh in descent from Cornelius Empson, Delaware. 
Fourth in descent from Zachariah Van Leuvenigh, Delaware. 
Fifth in descent from James Armitage, Delaware. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Land, Delaware. 
Eighth in descent from Richard Stockton, Long Island. 
Seventh in descent from Joshua Wright, New Jersey. 
Eighth in descent from James Walliams, Delaware. 

1893. * WHITNEY, EMMA ST. CLAIR NICHOLS (Mrs. William Leb- 
BEUS Whitney). 
Fourth in descent from Michael Hillegas, Pennsylvania. 

1893. WILKINS, HENRIETTA CONSTANTINA. 

Third in descent from John Wilkins, Jr., Pennsylvania. 

1892. WILLIAMS, HANNAH NICHOLSON BIDDLE (Mrs. Charles 
Williams). 
Seventh in descent from William Biddle, ist, New Jersey. 
Sixth in descent from William Biddle, 2d, New Jersey. 
Fourth in descent from Owen Biddle, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Robert Owen, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Thomas Canby, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Isaac Marriott, New Jersey. 
Sixth in descent from Thomas Marriott, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Joseph Kirkbride, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas OHve, New Jersey. 



71 

Elected. 

Sixth in descent from Ebenezer Miller, New Jersey. 
Sixth in descent from Elisha Bassett, New Jersey. 
Eighth in descent from Henry Wood, New Jersey. 
Tenth in descent from Thomas Thackara, New Jersey. 
Sixth in descent from William Shipley, Delaware. 
Eighth in descent from Samuel Nicholson, New Jersey. 

1894. WILLIAMS, MARY BEATRICE HOUSTON (Mrs. Francis Howard 
Williams). 
Seventh in descent from William Smith, New York. 
Eighth in descent from Cornells Melyn, New York. 
Fourth in descent from William Churchill Houston, New Jersey. 
Sixth in descent from Jonathan Dickinson, New Jersey. 

1892. WILLIAMS, MARY RAWLE DELAND (Mrs. J. Randall Wil- 

liams). 
Ninth in descent from Roger Conant, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from John Osgood, Massachusetts. 
Ninth in descent from John Woodbury, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from Francis Rawle, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Benjamin Shoemaker, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Nicholas Wain, Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from Peter Woodbury, Massachusetts. 

1893. WILSON, SARAH PETTIT (Mrs. Joseph M. Wilson). 

Fourth in descent from Charles Pettit, New Jersey. 
Fourth in descent from Thomas McKean, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Richard Borden, Rhode Island. 
Fifth in descent from Joseph Borden, New Jersey. 

1892, WILSON, SUSAN TRIPLER (Mrs. William Dunbar Hart Wil- 
son).- 
Fifth in descent from Jehu Eyre, Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from Richard Riley, Pennsylvania. 

1892. WINPENNY, SUSAN G. SHOEMAKER (Mrs. J. Bolton Win- 
penny). 
Sixth in descent from Henry Wisner, New York. 
Fourth in descent from Hanyoost Shoemaker, Ne\v York. 
Fifth in descent from Henry Herter, New York. 
Seventh in descent from Edward Starbuck, Massachusetts. 
Seventh in descent from Tristram Coffin, Massachusetts. 



72 

Elected. 

WINSOR, ELIZABETH CAMAC CHAPMAN (Mrs. William D. 
Winsor). 
Seventh in descent from William Biddle, ist, New Jersey. 
Fifth in descent fromi Gideon Cornell, Rhode Island. 
Sixth in descent from William Biddle, 2d, New Jersey. 
Fourth in descent from Clement Biddle, Pennsylvania. 
Ninth in descent from Thomas Hazard, Rhode Island. 
Eighth in descent from George Lawton, Rhode Island. 

1894. WINSOR, MARY. 

Eighth in descent from William Biddle, ist, New Jersey. 
Seventh in descent from William Biddle, 2d, New Jersey. 
Fifth in descent from Clement Biddle, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Gideon Freeborn, Rhode Island. 
Sixth in descent from Gideon Cornell, Rhode Island. 
Seventh in descent from Peter Baynton, New Jersey. 
Sixth in descent from John Baynton, Pennsylvania. 
Ninth in descent from Thomas Budd, New Jersey. 
Eighth in descent from John Budd, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Robert Owen, Pennsylvania. 
Ninth in descent from George Lawton, Rhode Island. 

WINSOR, REBECCA CHAPMAN (Mrs. James D. Winsor). 
Seventh in descent from William Biddle, ist, New Jersey. 
Sixth in descent from William Biddle, 2d, New Jersey. 
Fifth in descent from Gideon Cornell, Rhode Island. 
Fourth in descent from Clement Biddle, Pennsylvania. 
Ninth in descent from Thomas Hazard, Rhode Island. 
Eighth in descent from George Lawton, Rhode Island. 

1894. WISTAR, EMMA. 

Seventh in descent from Derrick Jansen, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Bartholomew Wyatt, New Jersey. 
Seventh in descent from Joseph Tomlinson, New Jersey. 
Sixth in descent from George Emlen, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from William Garrett, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Willoughby Warder, Pennsylvania. 

1 893. WISTAR, MARY EMLEN CRESSON (Mrs. Caleb Cresson Wistar). 
Eighth in descent from Pierre Cresson, New York. 
Seventh in descent from William Garrett, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from George Emlen, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Willoughby Warder, Pennsylvania. 



73 

Elected. 

Sixth in descent from William Callender, New Jersey. 
Seventh in descent from Daniel Smith, New Jersey. 
Seventh in descent from Joshua Hastings, Pennsylvania. 

WISTER, ANNIS LEE FURNESS (Mrs. Casper Wister). 
Fifth in descent from Nathaniel Thwing-, Massachusetts. 
Eighth in descent from Roger Clap, Massachusetts. 

WISTER, BETTY IRWIN BLACK (Mrs. Rodman Wister). 
Fourth in descent from Matthew Irwin, Pennsylvania. 
Fifth in descent from Philip Walker, Maryland. 
Sixth in descent from Daniel McKinnon, Maryland. 
Sixth in descent from John Mifflin, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Benjamin Shurmer, Delaware. 

* WISTER, ELIZABETH EMLEN RANDOLPH (Mrs. Louis Wister). 
Fifth in descent from Nathaniel Fitz Randolph, New Jersey. 
Fourth in descent from Edmund Physick, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Edward Fitz Randolph, Pennsylvania. 

1892. WOOD, MARY BIDDLE (Mrs. Howard Wood). 

Seventh in descent from William Biddle, ist, New Jersey. 
Sixth in descent from William Biddle, 2d, New Jersey. 
Fourth in descent from Owen Biddle, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Robert Owen, Pennsylvania. 
Sixth in descent from Thomas Canby, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Isaac Marriott, New Jersey. 
Sixth in descent from Thomas Marriott, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from Joseph Kirkbride, Pennsylvania. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Olive, New Jersey, 
Sixth in descent from Ebenezer Miller, New Jersey. 
Sixth in descent from Elisha Bassett, New Jersey. 
Eighth in descent from Henry Wood, New Jersey. 
Tenth in descent from Thomas Thackara, New Jersey. 
Sixth in descent from William Shipley, Delaware. 
Eighth in descent from Samuel Nicholson, New Jersey. 

1893. WOOD, MARY EMLEN LEAMING (Mrs. Richard Francis Wood). 

Fourth in descent from Thomas Leaming, New Jersey. 
Seventh in descent from Nicholas Wain, Pennsylvania. 
Seventh in descent from John Scott, New York. 
Fifth in descent from John Morin Scott, New York. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Carpenter, Pennsylvania. 



REGISTER OF SERVICE. 



Settlement. 

1630. Alcock, George, Roxbury, Mass. Representative, 1634-37. 

1620. Alden, Briggs, Duxbury, Mass. Representative, 1761-67; Major, 
1762 ; Colonel, 1776. 

1620. Alden, John, Duxbury, Mass. Mayflower Pilgrim, 1620 ; Assistant 
1633 and for 42 years; Deputy, 1640-50; Member of Council of 
War, 1653; Treasurer of Colony, 1656-59. 

1620. Alden, John, 2d, Duxbury, Mass. Representative, 1731-39; Colonel 
of State Militia, 1732. 

1620. Alden, Jonathan, Duxbury, Mass. Ensign, 1670; Lieutenant, 1681 ; 
Captain, 1689. 

1620. Alden, Judah, Duxbury, Mass. Captain in Colonel Bailey's regiment, 

1775- 
1635. Allen, George, Sandwich, Mass. Deputy, 1640-43. 

1635. Allen, Joseph, Braintree, Mass. Cornet, 1685 ; Representative, 
1715. 

1 68 1. Allen, Nathaniel, Pennsylvania. Commissioner of Wilham Penn, 
1681. 

1620. Allerton, Isaac, Massachusetts. Assistant, 1621-34; Representative 
to Colonial Congress, 1646. 

1639. Alling, Roger, New Haven, Conn. Treasurer of Colony, 1661-64. 

1639. Alling, Theophilus, New Haven, Conn. Ensign, 1718; Lieutenant, 
1723; Captain, 1731. 

Allyne, Samuel, Barnstable, Mass. Representative, 1682-84. 

1637. Almy, WiUiam, Portsmouth, R. I. Representative, 1756-57, 1763. 

1657. Alricks, Hermanus, ist, Cumberland County, Pa. Member of As- 
sembly, 1750; Justice of Courts, 1749-50, 1757, 1764, 1770. 

75 



76 

Settlement, 

1657. Alricks, Peter, Newcastle, Del. Commander-in-Chief of Town and 
Fort, 1660; Councillor under Duke of York, 1667; Deputy-Gov- 
ernor, 1673-74 ; Member of Assembly, 1682-83 ; Provincial Coun- 
cillor, 1685-89. 

1635. Andrews, Joseph, Hingham, Mass. Representative, 1636-38. 

1630. Angell, Thomas, Providence, R. I. Representative, 1652-53. 

1635. Appleton, Isaac, Ipswich, Mass. Lieutenant in Port Royal Expedi- 
tion, 1707; Major Essex County regiment. 

1635. Appleton, Samuel, ist, Massachusetts. Deputy, 1636. 

1635. Appleton, Samuel, 2d, Massachusetts. Deputy, 1668-71, 1673, 1675 ; 

Lieutenant, 1668 ; Captain and Commander-in-Chief in King 
Philip's War, 1675; Member of Governor's Council, 1681-86; 
Member of Governing Council after Andros ; Member of Council 
under New Charter, 1692. 

1727. Armitage, James, New Castle, Del. Judge, 1727-55. 

1636. Arnold, Benedict, Newport, R. I. Governor, 1663-66, 1669-72, 

1677-78. 

1642. Arnold, Richard, Providence, R. I. Deputy, 1671, 1676, 1679-81, 
1696, 1698, 1700-02, 1705, 1707-1708; Assistant, 1681-86, 1690, 
1698-99; Speaker, 1707-08. 

1635. Arnold, William, Providence, R. I. Representative, 1661. 

1628. Aston, Walter, Shirley Hundred and Charles City, Va. Member of 
House of Burgesses, 1629-32, 1642-43. 

1636. Atherton, Humphrey, Dorchester, Mass. Deputy, 1638, and for 9 

years; Lieutenant, 1646; Captain, 1650; Speaker, 1653; As- 
sistant, 1654-61 ; Major-General, 1661. 

1734. Atlee, WiUiam Augustus, Lancaster County, Pa. Chairman of Com- 
mittee of Safety ; First Associate Judge of Supreme Court of Penn- 
sylvania, 1777, 1784; Deputy Commissary-General of Prisoners, 
1776-78. 

1646. Avery, James, New London, Conn. Deputy, 1659, ^^^ ^^^ ^^ sessions ; 
Ensign, 1662; Judge, 1664; Lieutenant, 1665; Captain in King 
Philip's War, 1673. 

1642. Babcock, James, Westerly, R. I. Representative, 1656, 1658-59. 
1642. Babcock, John, Westerly, R. I. Deputy, 1682, 1684. 



77 

Settlement. 

1757. Bache, Richard, Philadelphia, Pa. Register-General, 1775-76. 

1 66 1. Backus, Simon, Connecticut, Chaplain at Louisburg, 1745-46. 

1 66 1. Backus, WiUiam, Norwich, Conn. Representative, 1680-84. 

1639. Bacon, Nathaniel, Barnstable, Mass. Representative, 1651-55, 
1658-66; Assistant, 1667-73. 

1683. Baker, Henry, Bucks County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1685, 1687- 
88, 1690, 1698. 

1685. Baker, Joseph, Chester County, Pa. Representative, 1700, 1706, 17 10, 

1711, 1713. 
1727. Baker, Michael, Jr., Philadelphia, Pa. Lieutenant of Militia, 1782. 
1683. Baker, Samuel, Bucks County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1710-11. 
Ball, Edward, Newark, N. J. Sheriff, 1693. 

1656. Bankson, Andrew, Philadelphia County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 
1683, 1686, 1698. 

1749. Barclay, John, Bucks County, Pa. Ensign Fourth Battahon ; Second 
Lieutenant of same, 1776; First Lieutenant; Lieutenant-Captain 
of Fifth Regiment, 1777. 

1702. Bartow, Thomas, New Jersey. Surveyor-General, 1762. 

1630. Bass, Samuel, Braintree, Mass. Representative, 1641, and for 12 years. 

1692. Bassett, EHsha, Salem County, N. J. Judge, 1764-75. 

1635. Bates, James, Hingham, Mass. Representative, 1641. 

1 68 1. Bates, William, Newton^ N. J. Representative, 1683-84. 

1723. Baynton, John, Philadelphia, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1756-61. 

1723. Baynton, Peter, New Jersey. Colonel New Jersey Militia, 1739; Mem- 
ber of His Majesty's Council, 1740. 

1638. Beal, Jeremiah, Hingham, Mass. Representative, 1691-92, 1701 ; 
Lieutenant, 1689. 

1638. Beal, John, Hingham, Mass. Representative, 1649, ^^SQ- 

1635. Beardsley, Wilham, Stratford, Conn. Deputy, 1645, 1650-53, 1656, 
1658. 
Bennett, John, Chester County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1703-05. 
Benson, James, Talbot County, Md. Captain of Horse, 1693. 

1648. Betts, Richard, Newtown, L. I. Deputy, 1665 ; Delegate to Colonial 
Convention, 1683. 



78 

Settlement. 

1683. Bevan, John, Chester County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1687, 1695, 
1699, 1700. 

Bezer, Edward, Chester County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1687. 

Bezer, John, Chester County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1682-83. 

1635. BiCKNELL, John, Weymouth, Mass. Representative, 1677. 

1 68 1. BiDDLE, Clement, Pennsylvania. Deputy Quartermaster-General of 
Militia of Pennsylvania and New Jersey, 1776; Commissary- 
General, 1777-78 ; Quartermaster-General of Pennsylvania Militia, 
1781. 

1 68 1. BiDDLE, Owen, Philadelphia, Pa. Delegate to Provincial Congress, 
1775; Member of Committee and Council of Safety, lyjG-jj \ 
Member of Constitutional Convention, 1776. 

1 68 1. BiDDLE, WiUiam, ist. New Jersey. Member of Governor's Council, 
1682; Member of Council of Proprietors, 1682-83, 1706-07; Jus- 
tice of the Peace, 1682; Representative at Perth Amboy, 1703; 
Commissioner of Lands, 1682-83 ; Commissioner and Trustee, 
1687-88; President of Commissioners and Trustees, 1706-07. 

1 68 1. BiDDLE, William, 2d, New Jersey. Commissioner of Lands, 1703. 

BiGELOW, John, Watertown, Conn. Ensign, 1732; Lieutenant, 1736. 

1679. Biles, WilHam, Sr., Bucks County, Pa. Justice of Peace, 1681, 1685, 
1689; Provincial Councillor, 1683, 1695, 1698-1700; Member of 
Assembly, 1686, 1689, 1694, 1696, 1704, 1707, 1708, 1710. 

1679. Biles, William, Jr., Bucks County, Pa. Member Council of Proprie- 
tors, West Jersey, between 1720-27 ; Member Pennsylvania As- 
sembly and Speaker, 1724. 

1678. BiNNEY, Barnabas, M.D., Massachusetts and Pennsylvania. Hospital 
Surgeon, 1776, and through Revolution. 

1628. BisSEL, David, 3d, Windsor, Conn. Second Lieutenant Second Com- 
pany, Fourth Connecticut Regiment in Revolution. 

1628. BisSEL, John, Windsor, Conn. Deputy, 1648, 1650, 1652-55, 1658, 
1659. 

Blake, Joseph, South Carolina, Governor, 1694, 1 696-1 700. 

1635. Bliss, Joseph, Massachusetts. Second Lieutenant Second Regiment 
Artillery, 1777-83. 

1 73 1. BoGGS, John, Cumberland County, Pa. Major Fifth BattaHon of Asso- 
ciators, 1777. 



79 

Settlement, 

Bolton, Everard, Cheltenham, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1702. 

1638. Borden, Joseph, Sr., New Jersey. Founder of Bordentown, 1677. 

1638. Borden, Joseph, Jr., New Jersey. Member of Stamp Act Congress; 
Colonel First New Jersey Regiment, 1775-76; Quartermaster, 
1776; Judge of Common Pleas, 1776, 1781 ; Member of Provin- 
cial Congress, 1775. 

1638. Borden, Richard, Portsmouth, R. I. Assistant, 1653-54 ; Treasurer, 

1654-55 ; Representative, 1654-57, 1667-70. 

1 7 19. BOUDINOT, Elias, Philadelphia, Pa. President of Congress, 1782. 

1639. Bowles, John, Roxbury, Mass. Member of General Court, 1645. 

1639. Bowles, John, Jr., Roxbury, Mass. Speaker, 1690; Representative, 
1689, 1690. 

1639. Bowles, John, 3d, Roxbury, Mass. Representative, 1728-37; Speaker 
of House. 

1620. Bradford, John, Boston, Mass. Agent of Continental Navy, 1776. 

1620. Bradford, William, Sr., Plymouth, Mass. Governor, 1621-32, 1635, 
1637, 1639-43, 1645-56; Assistant, 1634, 1644. 

1620. Bradford, William, Jr., Kingston, Mass. President of Council of War, 
1643; Commissioner of United Provinces, 1657; Representative, 
1657; Assistant, 1658-81 ; Commander-in-Chief at Narragansett 
Fort; Treasurer of Colony, 1679-86, 1689, 1690; Deputy Gover- 
nor, 1682-86, 1689-92. 

1682. Bradford, Wilham, 3d, Philadelphia, Pa. Lieutenant of Associators, 
1748; Captain, 1756; Major Second BattaHon, 1776; Colonel 
First BattaHon, 1777; Chairman of Navy Board, 1777 ; Member 
of Provincial Convention, 1775. 

1630. Bradstreet, Simon, Salem, Mass. Assistant, 1630-79; Secretary of 
Colony, 1630; Governor, 1679-86; President of New Administra- 
tion, 1689-92; President of Council of Safety, 1686. 

1 67 1. Brent, George, Virginia. Captain, 1675 ; Colonel in Bacon's Rebel- 
Hon, 1676. 

1620. Brewster, Benjamin, Duxbury, Mass., and Norwich, Conn. Lieuten- 
ant, 1673; Deputy, 1668; Commissary, 1693. 

1620. Brewster, Jonathan, Duxbury, Mass., and New London, Conn. 
Deputy, 1639, 1641, 1642, 1644, 1650-58; Assistant, 1658-59; 
Commander of Connecticut Troops, 1636. 



8o 

Settlement. 

1620. Brewster, William, Massachusetts. Founder of New Plymouth 
Colony, 1620, 

1684. Brinton, Joseph, Chester County, Pa. ^Member of Assembly, 1729, 
1731-35; Justice of Peace and Courts, 1730, 1733, 1738, 1741, 
1745' 1749- 

1684. Brinton, William, Jr., Chester County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 
1713. 

Brocklebank, Samuel, Rowley, Mass. Captain in King Philip's War, 
1675, 1676. 

1664. Brodhead, Daniel, N. Y. Second Captain in Colonel Nicholl's Expe- 
dition, 1664; Commandant at Esopus, 1665. 

1719. Brooke, Matthew, Montgomer)'- County, Pa. Member of Provincial 
Conference, 1776. 

1 7 19. Brooke, William, Montgomery County, Pa, Captain Third Battalion, 
1777; Major Fourth Battahon, 1779; Major Sixth Battalion, 
1780. 
Broughton, Thomas, South Carolina. Provincial Councillor, 1708; 
Governor, 1735-38. 

1636. Brown, John, Plymouth, Mass. Assistant, 1636, 1638-55 ; Commis- 
sioner of the United Colonies, 1644. 

1635. Browne, WilUam, Sr., Salem, Mass. Representative, 1654, 1659, 1666; 
Assistant, 1680-83. 

1635. Browne, WiUiam, Jr., Salem, Mass. ?^Iember of Council, 1687-89; 
Member of Council of Safety, 1689; Representative, 1693-1713. 

1647. Brownell, Thomas, Portsmouth and W^arwick, R. I. Commissioner, 
1655 ; 1661-63 ; Deputy, 1664. 

Buckingham, Thomas, Saybrook, Conn. Ensign, 1708; Deputy, 
1719-21. 

Buckley, John, New Castle Countj^, Del. Member of Assembly, 1697. 

1668. BuDD, John, Philadelphia, Pa. Member of Common Council, 1701, 

1704-14. 

1668. BuDD, Thomas, New Jersey. Member of Assembly, 1682-85; Mem- 
ber of Governor's Council, 1682-83; Commissioner of Property, 
1681, etc. 

1635. Bulkeley, Eliphalet, Colchester, Conn. Captain Twelfth Regiment, 
1773-76; Lieutenant-Colonel Twenty-fifth Regiment, Militia, 1780. 



8i 

Settlement. 

1635. BuLKELEY, Gershom, ist, Wethersfield, Conn. Surgeon in King 
Philip's War, 1675-76; Member of Assembly, 1679. 

1635. BuLKELEY, Gershom, 2d, Colchester, Conn. Captain, 1752; Member 
of Assembly, 1756-57. 

1635. BuLKELEY, John, Colchester, Conn. Captain, 1732-36; Deputy, 
1729-43; Assistant, 1743-50; Colonel, 1759; Probate Judge, 
1741-50; Judge of Supreme Court, 1745-53; Commissioner to 
England, 1745. 

1744. Bull, Thomas, Chester County, Pa. Lieutenant-Colonel Fourth Bat- 

talion Associators, July, 1776. 

1683. Bull, William, South CaroHna. Lieutenant-Governor, 1738 ; Member 
of Councils, 1 73 1. 

1735. BuRD, James, Lancaster County, Pa. Colonel Fourth Battalion Asso- 
ciators, 1776. 

1635. BuRNHAM, Thomas, Ipswich, Mass. Ensign, 1675; Deputy, 1683-85. 

1630. Burr, Jehu, Fairfield, Conn. Representative, 1645-46. 

1630. Burr, John, Fairfield, Conn. Commissary, 1704; Deputy, 1704-05; 

1708, 1710-14, 1717-21, 1723-29; Speaker, 1723-24; Judge of 
County Court, 1726-43; Judge of Probate Court, 1726-43; Ap- 
pointed Major, 1 7 10. 

BuRRiLL, John, Lynn, Mass. Representative, 1691-92, 1697. 

1635. BuRRiTT, Stephen, Stratford, Conn. Ensign, 1672; Commissary, 1675 ; 
Lieutenant, 1675; Captain, 1692; Deputy, 1681, 1691. 

1639. BusSEY, Benjamin, Stoughton, Mass. Quartermaster in Revolution, 
1777. 

1668. Butler, Richard, Pennsylvania. Major Eighth Regiment, 1776; Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel First Regiment, 1776 ; Colonel Fifth Regiment, 
1777. 

1 63 1. Butler, William, Ipswich, Mass. Lieutenant of Colonial Troops, 

I 696-1 730. 

1745. Butler, William, Westmoreland County, Pa. Captain Second Regi- 

ment, January, 1776; Major, 1776; Lieutenant-Colonel, Septem- 
ber, 1776; Colonel Fourth Pennsylvania Regiment. 

1731. Butler, Zebulon, Connecticut. Ensign Second Regiment, 1758; First 
Lieutenant, 1759; Captain, 1760-62; Colonel, Connecticut Line, 
1775; Lieutenant-Colonel, 1778; Colonel, 1778-83; Member of 
Assembly, 1774-76. 



82 

Settlement. 

1697. Cadwalader, John, Philadelphia, Pa. Member of Common Council, 
1718; Member of Assembly, 1729-33; Justice of Court of Com- 
mon Pleas, etc., 1723, 1725. 

1697. Cadwalader, John, Philadelphia, Pa. Colonel, 1776; Brigadier- 
General, 1776, etc. 

1 73 1. Callender, WilHam, Burlington County, N. J. Member of Assembly, 

1753-55- 
1640. Camfield, Matthew, Norwalk, Conn. Representative, 1654, and for 

12 sessions. 

1683. Canby, Thomas, Bucks County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1722, 
1730. 1733; Justice of Peace, 1719, 1722, 1725-27, 1738. 

1682. Carpenter, Preston, Salem County, N. J. Judge of Common Pleas 
of Salem County, 1763, 1770-71. 

1682. Carpenter, Samuel, Philadelphia, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1693-94, 
1696; Provincial Councillor, 1687-89, 1695, 1697-1713; Treasurer 
of Province, 1704, 1710-11, 1713-14; Deputy-Governor, 1694-98; 
Member of Assembly of New Jersey, 1685. 

1682. Carpenter, Samuel, Jr., Philadelphia, Pa. Member of Common 
Council, 1 7 16. 

1682, Carpenter, Thomas, New Jersey. Quartermaster in Colonel Dick's 
Regiment, in Revolution. 

1649. Carter, Robert, Virginia. Member of House of Burgesses, 1649, 
1654, etc. ; Speaker, 1649, ^^"^^ ^^i" ^ years; Commander-in-Chief, 
1654. 

1645. Cary, Myles, or Miles, ist, Warwick County, Va. Commander-in- 
Chief against Indians, 1654; Member of House of Burgesses, 
1659-60; Member of Governor's Council, 1665. 

1645. Cary, Miles, 2d, Warwick County, Va. Member of House of Bur- 
' gesses, 1693. 

1645. Cary, Thomas, North CaroKna. Major in Indian Wars, 1675 ; Re- 
ceiver-General, 1697; Deputy-Governor, 1705; Governor, 1710. 

1645. Cary, Wilson, Virginia. County Lieutenant and Naval Officer of the 
James. 

1638. Champlin, Jeffrey, Westerly, R. I. Deputy, 1681-86. 

1638. Champlin, William, Westerly, R. I. Captain, 1690 ; Deputy, 1690-91, 
1696, 1698-1700, 1703, 1705-08, 1710, 1712. 



83 

Settlement. 

1682. Chapman, Abraham, Bucks County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 
1723-34, 1738-48, 1750-52; Justice of Peace, 1738, 1745, 1749. 

1682. Chapman, John, M.D., Bucks County, Pa. Member of Committee of 
Safety, 1775. 

1746. Chase, Josiah, Maine. Deputy Quartermaster-General in Revolutionary 

War, 1780. 

1638. Chauncy, Elihu, Durham, Conn. Representative, 1734, 1736-64, 
1766-76; Chief- Justice ; Ensign, 1737; Major, 1742; Captain, 
1738; Lieutenant-Colonel, 1755; Colonel, 1755. 

1670. Checkley, Samuel, Boston, Mass. Representative, 1702, 1704-07 ; 
Chief Judge (Maine), 1687 ; Lieutenant Ancient and Honorable 
Artillery Company, 1694; Captain, 1700; Colonel, 171 5. 

1630. Cheesborough, William, Stonington, Conn. Deputy, 1640, 1642, 
1653, 1656. 

1747. Chevalier, Peter, Philadelphia, Pa. Member Provincial Convention, 

1774; Member Common Council, 1770. 

1623. Chew, Benjamin, Philadelphia, Pa. Attorney-General, 1754-69; Pro- 
vincial Councillor, 1755-76; Register-General, 1765-77; Chief- 
Justice Supreme Court, 1774-76; Master of Rolls, 1775. 

1637. Chillingworth, Thomas, Marshfield, Mass. Representative, 1648, 
1652. 

1685. Christie, James, New Jersey. Captain in Colonel Theunis Day's Regi- 
ment in Revolution. 

Christophers, Richard, New London, Conn. Assistant, 1699, etc. 

Church, Joseph, Little Compton, R. L Representative, 1690. 

1 62 1. Claiborne, Thomas, Virginia. Lieutenant-Colonel in Indian War, 
1683. 

1 62 1. Claiborne, William, Virginia. Secretary of State, 1626, 1628; Mem- 
ber of Council, 1628, 1650. 

1630. Clap, or Clapp, Preserved, Northampton, Mass. Captain, 1690. 

1630. Clap, or Clapp, Roger, Massachusetts. Lieutenant, 1655 ; Captain, 
1665 ; Representative many years between 1652 and 1673. 

1639. Clark, Asahel, Easthampton, Mass. Lieutenant at Ticonderoga, 1758. 

Clark, Daniel, Windsor, Conn. Representative, 1653, and for 5 ses- 
sions ; Secretary of Colony, 1658, and for 8 years; Patentee of 
Charter, 1662; Assistant, 1662-64. 



84 

Settlement. 

1632. Clark, George, Milford, Conn. Deputy, 1665-69, 1673-76. 

1 64 1. Clark, Hugh, Boston, Mass. Captain of Ancient and Honorable 

Artillery, 1666. 

1632. Clark, John, Saybrook, Conn. Representative, 1641-44, 1646-59, 

1661-63, 1665-69. 

1639. Clark, Samuel, Milford, Conn. Ensign, 1714; Deputy, 1716. 

1638. Clark, William, Northampton, Mass. Representative, 1663, and 13 
years after; Associate Judge, 1665; Lieutenant in King Philip's 
War. 

1662. Clarke, Thaddeus, Portland, Me. Lieutenant, 1689-90. 

1623. Clarke, Thomas, Plymouth, Mass. Representative, 1651-58. 

1638. Clarke, Walter, Rhode Island. Deputy, 1667, 1670, 1672, 1673; 
Assistant, 1673-75, 1699; Governor, 1676, 1677, 1686, 1696, 1697, 
1698; Deputy-Governor, 1679-86, 1700-14. 

169 1. Clarkson, Gerardus, M.D., Philadelphia, Pa. Surgeon, Pennsylvania 
Navy, 1777. 

1 69 1. Clarkson, Matthew, New York City, N. Y. Secretary of Province, 
1691-1701. 

1683. Claypoole, James, Philadelphia, Pa. Member of Governor's Council, 
1687; Register-General, 1686; Member of Assembly, 1686. 

1630. Cleeves, George, Portland, Me. Deputy-President, 1646-58 ; Deputy, 
1663-64. 

Cock, Otto Ernest, Pennsylvania. Provincial Councillor, 1681-82; 
Justice of Upland Court, 1676, 1680-81. 

Cocke, Richard, Virginia. Member of House of Burgesses, 1644, 1654. 

Coffin, Nathaniel, Newbury, Mass. Assistant, 1730; Special Justice 
of Court of Common Pleas, 1734. 

1642. Coffin, Tristram, Nantucket, Mass. Chief Magistrate of General 

Court, 1 67 1, 1677-78. 

Cole, Rice or Ryse, Charlestown, Mass. Founder, 1629. 

1633. Collier, William, Duxbury, Mass. Assistant, 28 years, between 1634 

and 1665 ; Member of Colonial Congress, 1643 j Member of Coun- 
cil of War, 1643, 1658. 

1680. Collins, Francis, New Jersey. Member of Governor's Council, 1683 ; 
Judge, 1686; Member of Assembly, 1683-84. 



85 

Settlement. 

1623. CoNANT, Roger, Massachusetts. First Governor of Massachusetts, 1625 ; 

Deputy, 1634. 
1745. CoNYNGHAM, Redmond, Philadelphia, Pa. Member of City Council, 

1762. 
1667. Cook, Phineas, Massachusetts. Captain of Minute Men, 1773. 
1620. Cooke, Francis, Massachusetts. " Mayflower" Pilgrim, 1620. 

1698. Cooke, Nicholas, Providence, R. I. Deputy-Governor, 1769, 1775 ; 

Governor, 1775-78. 
1639. Cooper, John, New Haven, Conn. Representative, 1661-62, 1665. 
1678. Cooper, Joseph, New Jersey. Member of Governor's Council, 1703. 

1678. Cooper, WilHam, Gloucester County, N. J. Member of Assembly, 
1682-85 ' Member of Council of Proprietors, 1687-88 ; Judge, 
1694, and for several years. 

1638. Cornell, Gideon, Portsmouth, R. I. Deputy, 1732, 1740; Assistant, 
1740-41, 1745-46; First Chief-Justice, 1747-49. 

1638. Cornell, Thomas, Rhode Island. Ensign, 1642-44. 

Corson, Cornelius, Staten Island, N. Y. Captain of Militia, 1680; Jus- 
tice of the Courts, 1689 
1633.. Cotton, John, Boston, Mass. Statesman and eminent divine. 

1732. Cox, John, Pennsylvania. Major in Pennsylvania Line, 1775; Assist- 
ant Quartermaster-General, 1778-79. 

1702. Coxe, Daniel, New Jersey. Member of His Majesty's Council, 1706, 
1708-13; Member of Assembly, 1714, 1716; Speaker, 1716 ; 
Associate Justice Supreme Court, 1706; Commander of Forces in 
West Jersey, 1706; Chief-Justice, 1734. 

1659. Cresson, Pierre, Harlem, N. Y. Magistrate, 1660. 

1 68 1. Crispin, Wilham, 2d, Pennsylvania. Commissary-General; Commis- 
sary of Pennsylvania Navy, 1776, etc. 

1750. CuLBERTSON, Robert, Cumberland County, Pa. Captain Fifth Battal- 
ion Associators, 1776; Lieutenant-Colonel First Battahon, 1778; 
Major Sixth Battalion, 1780. 

Curtis, John, Kent County, Del. Member of Assembly, 1682-85. 

Curtis, Thomas, Wallingford, Conn. Deputy, 1689, 1704. 

CuRWEN, Jonathan, Salem, Mass. Deputy, 1684, 1689 ; Assistant, 
1 689-1 7 14 ; Judge of Inferior Court, 1 692-1 708 ; Judge of Superior 
Court, 1708-15. 



S6 

Settlement. 

1621. CusHMAN, Elkanah, Plympton, Mass. Representative, 1723. 

1 62 1. CuSHMAN, Robert, Plymouth, Mass. Agent of Plymouth Colony to 

England, 1621, etc. 
1674. Cutler, John, M.D., Hingham, Mass. Surgeon in King Philip's War, 

i6y6-7y. 
1664. CuYLER, Johannes, Albany, N. Y. Mayor, 1725-26. 

1720. Dagworthy, John, Hunterdon County, N. J. Sheriff, 1728-33; Judge 
of Common Pleas, etc., 1739, ^^c- 

1635. Dalton, Philemon, Dedham, Mass., Founder. 

1635. Dalton, Samuel, Hampton, Mass. Deputy 14 years, between 1662 
and 1679; Member of Council, 1680. 

1635. Danforth, Nicholas, Cambridge, Mass. Deputy, 1636-37. 

1725. Darrah, William, Bucks County, Pa. Lieutenant in French and In- 
dian War, 1758-59; First Lieutenant Third Battalion Associators, 
1775' 

1637. Davenport, John, Sr., New Haven, Conn. Founder of Colony, 1638. 

1637. Davenport, John, Jr., New Haven, Conn. Judge, 1661. 

1637. Davenport, John, 3d, Stamford, Conn. An eminent Divine. Elec- 
tion sermon, 1729. 
Davis, David, New Jersey. Judge, 1733, 1744. 

1746. Decatur, Stephen, Pennsylvania. Commander of "Royal Louis" and 
"Fair American" in Revolution. 

1642. De Hooge, Anthony, New York. Secretary of Colony of Rensselaer- 
wyck, 1655 ; Commissary-General and Superintendent, 1642 ; 
Schout, 1655. 

De Lancey, James, New York. Chief-Justice, 1733 ; Lieutenant- 
Governor, 1753. 

1663. Des Marets, David, Bergen County, N. J. Delegate to Assembly, 

1664. 
1663. Des Marets, Jean, Bergen County, N. J. Member of Committee of 

Safety, 1689. 
1632. Denison, Edward, Roxbury, Mass. Representative, 1652, 1655. 

1637. Denison, George, Stonington, Conn., and Roxbury, Mass. Captain, 
1647, in Indian Wars; Representative, 1671-94, with a few inter- 



87 

Settlement. 

1632. Denison, William, Roxbury, Mass. Representative, 1635. 

1737. Denny, Ebenezer, Pennsylvania. Lieutenant Fourth Regiment, 1781. 

1737. Denny, William, Cumberland County, Pa. Commissary of Issues in 
Revolution. 
De Peyster, Johannis, 2d, New York. Mayor, 1698-99; Member of 
Provincial Legislature, 1699. 

1623. De Rapelje, Joris Jansen, New Netherlands. Member of Council of 

Twelve, 1641. 
Dewees, William, Philadelphia, Pa. Justice of the Peace, 1761, 

1764-65, 1770. 
1630. Dickinson, Jonathan, Princeton, N. J. A Founder of Princeton College, 

1746. 
1630. Dickinson, Nathaniel, Wethersfield, Conn. Representative, 1646-56. 

Dill, Matthew, Cumberland County, Pa. Captain of Chamber's Regi- 
ment, 1748; Justice of Common Pleas, 1769. 

1630. Dillingham, Edward, Sandwich, Mass. Deputy, 1642. 

1 741. DiNWiDDiE, Hugh, York County, Pa. Captain of Associators, 1756; 
Major Second Battalion, 1775; Lieutenant-Colonel Third Battal- 
ion, 1776. 

1630. DoANE, John, Plymouth, Mass. Assistant, 1636, 1642 ; Member of 
Council, 1632-33 ; Deputy, 1639. 

1734. Donaldson, Arthur, Philadelphia, Pa. Engineer in charge of the de- 
fences of the Delaware in the Revolution. 

1670. Dorr, Edward, Massachusetts. Founder of Pemaquid. 

1678. Doughty, Daniel, New Jersey. Representative of Hunterdon and 
BurHngton Counties, 1744-45, 1761. 

1678. Doughty, Jacob, New Jersey. Member of Assembly, 1716; Justice, 

1717. 
1 641. Douglas, William, New London, Conn. Commissioner, 1667 ; Deputy, 

1672 ; Commissary, 1676, 

1638. Downing, Emanuel, Salem, Mass. Representative, 1639, 1641, 1644, 

1648. 
1630. Drake, Job, Connecticut. Commissioned Lieutenant, 1701. 
1 73 1. Drayton, WilHam, Charleston, S. C. Chief-Justice of Florida, 1768-76. 

1639. Dudley, Joseph, Saybrook, Conn. Deputy, 1704-05, 172 1 ; Lieutenant, 

1728. 



88 

Settlement. 

1630. Dudley, Thomas, Roxbury, Mass. Deputy-Governor, 1630-34, 1637- 

40, 1646-49, 1651, 1652; Governor, 1634, 1640, 1645, 1650; As- 
sistant, 1635-36, 1641-45. 

1639, Dudley, William, Guildford, Conn. Representative, 1674. 

1639. Dudley, William, Saybrook, Conn. Deputy, 1682-83, 1685-89. 

1638. DuMMER, Jeremiah, Boston, Mass. Member of Council of Safety, 1689. 
1749. DuNLAP, James, M.D., Pennsylvania. Naval Surgeon, 1776-77. 

1663. DuRANT, Edward, Newton, Mass. Delegate to Provincial Assembly, 

1774-75. 
1634. DwiGHT, Henry, Dedham, Mass. Judge, 1727-31. 
1634. DwiGHT, John, Dedham, Mass. Founder, 1635. 
1634. DwiGHT, Josiah, Springfield, Mass, Judge, 1758-68. 

1634. DwiGHT, Timothy, Northampton, Mass. First Commander of Fort 
Dummer, 1724-26; Judge, 1737-41, 1748-57; Chief-Justice, 1757. 

1634. DwiGHT, Timothy, New Haven, Conn. Chaplain in Parson's Brigade, 
1774-79. 

1634. Earle, Ralph, Portsmouth, R. I. Member of General Assembly, 1650. 
1634. Earle, Wilham, Portsmouth, R. I. Deputy, 1693, 1704, 1706. 

Eaton, John, New Jersey. Representative, 1723-50. 

Eaton, Theophilus, New Haven, Conn. Governor, 1639-58. 

1682. EcKLEY, John, Philadelphia, Pa. Judge of Supreme Court, 1684-85 ; 
Member of Governing Council, 1688-89. 

1639. Edson, Samuel, Bridgewater, Mass. Councillor of War, 1666; Dep- 

uty, 1656-76. 

1639. Edwards, Jonathan, Northampton, Mass. Eminent theologian. 

Edwards, Timothy, Connecticut. Chaplain in French War, 1709. 

1660. Elderkin, Jedediah, Windham, Conn. Colonel of Fifth Regiment, 
1776; Member Committee of Safety, 1776. 

Eldridge, Daniel, Stonington, Conn. Captain, 1702. 

Eldridge, James, Stonington, Conn. Lieutenant and Captain in Sixth 
Regiment, 1775-78. 

1631. Eliot, John, Roxbury, Mass, "Apostle to the Indians." 

1730. Ellicott, Joseph, Bucks County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1772-73. 



89 

Settlement. 

1650. Ellis, Richard, Dedham, Mass. Lieutenant, 1693. 

1682. Ellis, Robert, Philadelphia, Pa. Member of Common Council, 1722. 

1660. Ely, John, M.D. Surgeon in Revolution; Colonel at Fort Trumbull, 

1777. 

1660. Ely, Richard, Lyme, Conn. Ensign, 1723; Lieutenant, 1728; Cap- 
tain, 1733; Deputy, 1719, 1724-38. 

Emlen, George, Philadelphia, Pa. Member of Comm^on Council, 1730 ; 
Founder of Philadelphia Library, 1731. 

Emott, James, New Jersey. Secretary of Province, 1686. 

Empson, Cornelius, New Castle, Del. Justice of the Peace, 1685, 1687, 
1690; Member of Assembly, 1686, 1693, 1695-97; Judge of the 
Supreme Court, 1698-99. 

Evans, Hugh, Philadelphia, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1722, 1746-54. 

1727. Eyre, Jehu, Philadelphia, Pa. Captain of Artillery, 1776; Colonel, 

1777-81. 

1727. Eyre, Manuel, Burlington, N. J. Member of Navy Board, 1777 to 
close of war. 

1700. Fairlamb, John, Chester County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1764-65. 

1700. Fairlamb, Nicholas, Chester County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 
1704-05, 1711-13. 

1700. Fairlamb, Nicholas, 2d, Chester County, Pa. Lieutenant-Colonel of 
Associators, 1777 ;^ Member of Committee of Safety, 177^-76. 

1680. Farmer, Edward, Philadelphia, Pa. Justice of Peace, 1703-04, 171 5, 
1717-19, 1722; Member of Assembly, 1710-11, 1713-15, 1717-18, 
1724-26, 1728. 

1684. Faucit, Walter, Chester County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1695. 

1647. Faxon, Thomas, Braintree, Mass. Representative, 1669. 

1630. Feake, Robert, Watertown, Mass. Representative, 1634-36 ; Lieu- 
tenant, 1635. 

Fell, Joseph, Bucks County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1733. 

17 1 2. Ferree, John, Lancaster County, Pa. Colonel Tenth Rifle Battalion 
of Associators, 1775-76. 

1677. FiSHBOURNE, Ralph, Chester County, Pa. Justice of the Peace and 
Courts, 1700-04. 



90 

Settlement, 

1677. FiSHBOURNE, William, Philadelphia, Pa. Founder of Pennsylvania 
Hospital, 1 75 1. 

1641. Fisher, Daniel, Dedham, Mass. Captain of Ancient and Honorable 
Artillery Company, 1640; Deputy, 1658-82; Speaker, 1680-82; 
Assistant, 1683. 

1725. Fisher, Henry, Lewes, Del. Colonel of Mihtia, 1782. 

Fisher, John, Dedham, Mass. Founder, 1635. 

1682. Fisher, Thomas, Sussex County, Del. Member of Assembly, 1697, 
1700 ; Speaker of First Delaware Assembly, 1704. 

1 7 10. Fisher, WilHam, Philadelphia, Pa. Member of Common Council, 
1767 ; Mayor, 1773. 

1630. FiTZ Randolph, Edward, Philadelphia, Pa. First Lieutenant Fourth 
Regiment, 1777-79. 

1630. FiTZ Randolph, Nathaniel, Woodbridge, N, J. Member of Assembly, 

1693. 
1682. FiTZWATER, George, Philadelphia, Pa. Member of Common Council, 

1717; Justice of the Peace, 1732-33, 1735-38, 1741, 1745. 

1682. FiTZWATER, Thomas, Philadelphia, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1688. 

1643. Flagg, Gershom, Watertown, Mass. Lieutenant, 1690, in Indian War. 

Fletcher, Robert, Abington, Pa. Justice of Common Pleas, 1723-26. 

Floyd, Richard, New York. High Sheriff, 1703, 17 10; Colonel, 1709; 
Judge of Common Pleas, 1724. 

1630. Foote, Nathaniel, Wethersfield, Conn. Member of Assembly, 1641- 

44. 
1630. Ford, Thomas, Windsor, Conn. Representative, 1638-40, 1644-45. 

1635. FOSDICK, Samuel, Connecticut. First Lieutenant, 1690 ; Deputy, 
1670-74; Captain, 1697; Member of Council, 1690. 

1635. Foster, Edward, Scituate, Mass. Deputy, 1639-40. 

1635. Foster, Hopestill, Dorchester, Mass. Ensign, 1644; Representative, 
1652-72; Captain, 1676. 

1647. Foster, John, Plymouth, Mass. Representative, 17 19-31. 

1 7 10. Fox, Joseph, Philadelphia, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1753-71 ; 
Speaker, 1764-65, 1768. 

Francis, Tench, Philadelphia, Pa. Attorney-General, 1741-54; Mem- 
ber of Common Council, 1747; Master of Rolls, 1750. 



91 

Settlement. 

1683. Franklin, Benjamin, Philadelphia, Pa. Founder of Philadelphia 
Library, 1731 ; Founder of Philosophical Society, 1743; Founder 
of University, 1749; Agent to Great Britain, 1752-62, 1765-75; 
Member of Assembly, 1763, etc. ; Speaker, 1763 ; Member of Pro- 
vincial Conference, 1775 ; Delegate to Convention, 1776; Member 
and President of Council of Safety, 1775-76; Member of Conti- 
nental Congress, 1775 ; Signer of Declaration of Independence, 
etc. 

1735. Frazer, Persifor, Chester County, Pa. Member of Provincial Con- 
ference, 1775; Captain Fourth Battalion, 1776; Major, 1776; 
Lieutenant-Colonel Fifth Regiment, 1777-78 ; Brigadier-General, 
1782; Member of Legislature, 1781-82. 

1634. Freeborn, Gideon, Portsmouth, R. L Deputy, 1675, 1690, 1703-04, 
1713- 

1634. Freeborn, William, Portsmouth, R. L Founder, 1638; Commissioner, 

1657. 

1635. French, William, Billerica, Mass. Lieutenant, 1659; Representative, 

1660, 1663-64. 

1678. Fretwell, Peter, Burhngton, N.J. Judge, 1695-1700; Treasurer of 
West Jersey, 1696, etc. ; Member of Assembly, 1704-06, 1709-10; 
Speaker, 1704-06. 

Frost, Charles, Kittery, Me. Representative, 1658-63, 1669; Major, 
1677-97; Assistant, 1680; Councillor, 1693-97. 

1642. Fuller, John, Dedham, Mass. Representative, 1696, 1 705-11, 1715- 

17. 
1640. Fuller, Matthew, Barnstable, Mass. Captain, 1668 ; Surgeon-General, 

1675. 
1642. Fuller, Thomas, Dedham, Mass. Representative, 1673, 1679, 1686. 

1665. Gale, Samuel, Orange County, N. Y. Representative, 1750-57; ap- 
pointed Colonel, 1755. 

1630. Gallup, John, Stonington, Conn. Representative, 1665, 1667; Cap- 
tain, 1675. 

1635. Gardiner, Lion, Saybrook, Conn. Commander of Saybrook Fort, 
1635, and active in Pequot War. 

1622. Gardiner, Thomas, Salem, Mass. Governor, 1623 ; Representative, 
1637. 
Gardner, John, Salem, Mass. Captain, 1673; Judge, 1699-1707. 



92 

Settlement. 

1684. Garrett, William, Chester County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 
1706-07. 

1630. Gaylord, William, Dorchester and Windsor, Conn. Deputy, 41 ses- 
sions, between 1635 ^^^ 1664. 

Gibbons, James, Chester County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1717-19; 
Justice of the Peace, 171 8, 1722-23, 1729-30. 

Gibbons, Joseph, Chester County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1748-62. 

1749. Gibbons, Joseph, Savannah, Ga. Member of Provincial Congress; 
Member of Assembly, 1761, 1768, 1775. 

1652. Gibbs, Joseph, Milford, Mass. Lieutenant Third Regiment, French 
and Indian War, 1759; Member of Committee of Safety, 1776. 

1640. GiLMAN, John, Exeter, N. H. Lieutenant, 1669 ; Deputy, 1692, 1697 ; 
Speaker, 1692; Associate Judge, 1678-79; Councillor, 1680-83; 
Justice of Common Pleas, 1682. 

1630. Glover, John, Dorchester, Mass. Representative, 1637-50; Assist- 
ant, 1652-53. 

1749. GOBIN, Charles, Sunbury, Pa. Captain Sixth Company, Sixth Bat- 
talion, Berks County Associators, 1780. 

1635. Goodrich, David, Wethersfield, Conn. Lieutenant in Queen Anne's 
War, 1704; Quartermaster, 1710 ; Captain, 171 5; Deputy, 1716, 
etc. 

1635. Goodrich, WilHam, Wethersfield, Conn. Ensign, 1675 ; Deputy, 
1660, 1662, 1665, 1666. 

1632. Goodwin, Wilham, Cambridge, Mass. Deputy, 1634. 

162 1. Gookin, Daniel, Cambridge, Mass. Representative, 1649, 1651 ; 
Speaker, 1651 ; Assistant, 1652-86; Major-General, 1681. 

1737. GORHAM, John, Barnstable, Mass. Captain in King Philip's War, 
1675. 

1652. Gould, Nathan, Fairfield, Conn. Assistant, 1656, 1679-87, 1689-93 ; 
Lieutenant, 1657; Major, 1673; Member of Committee of Safety, 
1665 ; Commissioner of New York and Connecticut boundary, 
1684; Judge, 1687; Patentee of first Charter, 1662. 

Grant, Matthew, Windsor, Conn. Representative, 1644-48. 

1658. Grant, Moses, Boston, Mass. Member of Committee of Correspond- 
ence, Inspection and Safety, 1777. 

1658. Grant, Samuel, Boston, Mass. Selectman, 1746-58. 



93 

Settlement. 

1720. Gray, George, Philadelphia, Pa, Member of Assembly, 1772-75. 
Chairman of Board of War, 1777, etc. 

Gray, Harrison, Massachusetts. Treasurer of Province, 1752-74; 
Councillor, 1761-72. 

1700. Green, William, Hunterdon County, N. J. Judge, 1714. 

1635. Greene, John, Warwick, R. I. Representative, 1654-57. 

1635. Greene, John, Jr., Warwick, R.I. Assistant, 1660-73, 1677-78; 
1680-90; Deputy, 1664, 1674, 1675, 1677, 1680; Deputy-Gov- 
ernor, 1 690- 1 700. 

1635. Greenleaf, Edmund, Newbury, Mass. Ensign, 1639; Lieutenant, 

1648. 
1642. Greenleaf, Stephen, Newbury, Mass. Ensign, 1670; Lieutenant, 

1686; Captain, 1690; Representative, 1676. 

Gregory, John, Norwalk, Conn. Representative, 1665. 

1742. Grier, John, Bucks County, Pa. Member of Constitutional Conven- 
tion, 1776. 

1742. Grier, Joseph, Bucks County, Pa. First Lieutenant Seventh Com- 
pany, Fourth Battalion Associators, 1777; Commissary, 1780. 

1746: Griffitts, William, Philadelphia, Pa. Founder of Pennsylvania Hos- 
pital, 175 1. 

Griscom, Tobias, Philadelphia, Pa. Founder of Philadelphia Library, 
1731- 
1635. Griswold, Edward, Windsor, Conn. Deputy, 1656, 1658-60, 1662, 
1668-89. 
Griswold, Francis, Norwich, Conn. Deputy, 1664-69, 1671. 
1635. Griswold, Samuel, Norwich, Conn. Appointed Captain, 1708. 

1640. Grout, John, Sudbury, Mass. Ensign, 1667; Lieutenant, 1686; Cap- 
tain, 1692. 

Growden, Joseph, Bucks County, Pa. Member of Governor's Coun- 
cil, 1687-89, 1692, 1695, 1697, 1698; Member of Assembly, 
1684-86; 1690, 1693, 1700, 1701, 1704, 1705, 1713, 1715, 
1722; Speaker; Puisne Judge, 1690-93, 1698, 1699; Judge Su- 
preme Court, 1 71 5. 

1679. Grubb, John, New Castle, Del. Member of Assembly, 1692, 1698. 

1740. Grubb, Peter, Lancaster County, Pa. Captain of Associators, 1775; 
Colonel Eighth BattaHon, 1776. 



94 

Settlement. 

1750. Haggin, John, Kentucky. Lieutenant of Captain Ruddle's Company, 
1779-80. 

1637. Hale, Gideon, Glastonbury, Conn. Representative, 1782, etc. 

1637. Hale, Samuel, Norwalk, Conn. Representative, 1656-57, 1660, 1665. 

1637. Hale, Samuel, Jr. Glastonbury, Conn. Representative, 1695-98, 
1701-02, 1 704-1 1. 

Hall, Elihu, Cecil County, Md. Second Major Susquehanna Bat- 
talion, 1776. 

1639. Hall, John, WaUingford, Conn. Deputy, 1687, 1689-90, etc. ; Cap- 
tain, 1712. 

1639. Hall, Nathaniel, WaUingford, Conn. Lieutenant Fifth Regiment, 
1751 ; Captain, 1756. 

1669. Harding, Stephen, Wyoming, Pa. Captain Twenty-fourth Connecti- 
cut Regiment, 1778. 

1687. Harlan, George, Chester County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 171 2. 

Harris, Daniel, Rowley, Mass. Lieutenant, 1661. 

1727. Harris, John, Jr., Harrisburg, Pa, Member of Provincial Conference, 
1775 ; Captain Twelfth Regiment, 1776, 

1747. Harris, WiUiam, Chester County, Pa. Second Lieutenant Thirteenth 
Regiment, 1777; Representative, 1777, 1780, etc. ; Captain, 1781. 

1682. Harrison, James, Bucks County, Pa. Member of Governor's Council, 
1683; Associate Justice of Supreme Court, 1686-90; Member of 
Governing Council, 1684. 

1654. Harrison, Josiah, Connecticut. Ensign, 1743. 

1654. Harrison, Nathaniel, Branford, Conn. Captain, 1706; Deputy, 
1709-16; Judge, 1710-11, 1714-16. 

1654. Harrison, Thomas, Branford, Conn. Deputy, 1677. 

1712. Hart, Edward, Hopewell, N.J. Captain of " Jersey Blues" in French 
and Indian War, 1746. 

1 7 17. Hart, James, Bucks County, Pa. Lieutenant of Associators, 1747-48. 

1712. Hart, John, Hopewell, N. J. Member of Assembly, 1761-72; Mem- 
ber of Provincial Congress, 1774; Member of Continental Con- 
gress, 1776 ; Signer of the Declaration of Independence ; Member 
of Committee of Safety, 1775-76; Speaker, 1776-79. 

1632. Hart, Stephen, Hartford, Conn. Representative, 1647-55. 



95 

Settlement. 

1632. Hart, Thomas, Farmington, Conn. Deputy, 1690-1700, 1702, 1704- 

06; Speaker, 1700, 1704-06. 

171 7. Hart, William, Bucks County, Pa. Major Second Battalion, Bucks 
County Militia, 1777 ; Lieutenant Third Battalion, 1781. 

1684. Hartshorne, Richard, Monmouth County, N. J. Member of Provin- 
cial Assembly, East Jersey, 1685-1702; Speaker, 1686-93, 1696- 
98 ; Member of Provincial Council, East Jersey, 1684, 1695, 1698- 
1702; Member of Assembly, New Jersey, 1703-04; Member of 
Council, 1703. 

1682. Hastings, Joshua, Chester County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1684. 

1634. Hastings, Thomas, Watertown, Mass. Representative, 1673. 

1684. Hayes, Jonathan, Chester County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1689, 
1697 ; Justice of the Peace and Courts, 1692-93, 1703. 

1633. Haynes, John, Massachusetts and Connecticut. Assistant, 1634, 1636; 

Governor of Massachusetts, 1635 ; Governor of Hartford Colony a 
number of times between 1639 and 1653. 

1638, Hazard, Thomas, Portsmouth, R. I. Representative, 1640. 

1649. Hazen, Moses, Haverhill and Concord, Mass. Ensign, Indian War, 
1725 ; Lieutenant in French War, 1756. 

1649. Hazen, Richard, Haverhill, Mass. Lieutenant in Indian War, 1724. 

1720. Heatly, William, Berkeley County, S. C. Captain of Militia, 1760- 
83, etc. 

Heaton, Robert, Bucks County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1698, 1700. 

Hemingway, Samuel, New Haven, Conn. Deputy, 1697-98, 

1722. Henry, Wilham, Lancaster County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1776; 
Judge, 1780-82, etc. ; Assistant Commissary-General, 1778. 

1722. Herter, Henry, Herkimer County, N. Y. Lieutenant Fourth Com- 
pany, Fourth Battalion, Tryon County, 1775 ; Captain, 1778. 

1733. Heth, Henry, Frederick County, Va. Captain First Regiment, 1778-81. 

Heulings, Jacob, Burlington County, N. J. Member of Assembly, 
1715-16. 

Hewes, William, Chester County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1737-42. 

1700. Heyward, Daniel, Charleston, S. C. Judge, 1749-70. 

1700. Heyward, Thomas, Charleston, S. C. Captain of BattaHon of Ar- 
tillery, Charleston Militia, 1776; Commander of Fort Johnson. 



96 

Settlement. 

1 62 1. Hicks, Thomas, Queens County, L. I. Judge, 1691-99. 

1732. HiLLARD, Joseph, Norwich, Conn. Ensign Seventh Regiment, 1775; 
Lieutenant, 1775 ; Second Lieutenant Fourth Battahon, 1777. 

1729. HiLLEGAS, Michael, Philadelphia, Pa. Provincial Treasurer, 1776, 

etc. ; Representative, 1765-75 ; Treasurer of Committee of Safety, 

1775- 
1637. Hinckley, Thomas, Barnstable, Mass. Deputy, 1645 ; Assistant, 

1658-79; Deputy-Governor, 1680-81; Governor of Plymouth 

Colony, 1681-92. 

1667. HOADLEY, Wilham, Branford, Conn. Representative, 1678-81, 1684- 

85. 
1633. HoBART, Edmund, Hingham, Mass. Member of General Court, 

1639-40, 1642. 

1640. Hodge, Hugh, M.D., Philadelphia, Pa. Surgeon Third Battahon, 
Pennsylvania Line, 1776. 

HoLBROOK, John, Weymouth, Mass. Representative, 1651, 1652, 
1664-69, 1671-74. 

1633. HOLGRAVE, John, Salem, Mass. Representative, 1634-35. 

1678. HOLLINGSHEAD, John, Burlington, N. J. First Lieutenant Second Bat- 
tahon, 1775-76; Captain Second Battahon, 1777; Major Third 
Regiment, 1779-81. 

1684. HoLLiNGSWORTH, Henry, New Castle, Del. Member of Assembly, 
1695. 

1684. HoLLiNGSWORTH, Levi, Philadelphia, Pa. Quartermaster of First City 
Troop, 1774, etc. 

1682. HOLLINGSWORTH, Samuel, Chester County, Pa. Justice of the Peace, 
1729, 1730, 1738; Member of Assembly, 1725-28. 

1682. HOLLINGSWORTH, Valentine, New Castle County, Del. Mem.ber of 
Assembly, 1682-83, 1687-89, 1695, 1700. 

1684. HOLLINGSWORTH, Zebulon, Cecil County, Md. Presiding Judge, 1742. 

1634. HoLTON, Wilham, Northampton, Mass. Representative, 1664, 1667- 

69, 1670-71. 

HoLYOKE, Edward, Springfield, Mass. Representative, 1639-43, 
1648, 1660. 



1630, 
1630 



HoLYOKE, Ehzur, Springfield, Mass. Deputy, 1647, 1648, 1656, 1661, 
1667, 1670, 1673-75; Lieutenant, 1657; Captain, 1669. 



97 

Settlement. 

1638. HoOGLAND, Adrian, N. Y. Lieutenant, 1706-07. 

1636. Hooker, Thomas, Connecticut. Founder of Hartford, 1636. 

Hopkins, Ebenezer, Gloucester County, N. J. Member of Assembly, 
1745-46. 

1620. Hopkins, Stephen, Plymouth, Mass. Assistant, 1633-36. 

1 73 1. HoPKiNSON, Francis, Philadelphia, Pa. Member of Provincial Coun- 
cil, 1774-76; Member of Constitutional Convention, 1776; Mem- 
ber of Continental Congress, 1776; Signer of the Declaration of 
Independence; Judge of the Admiralty, 1779, etc. 

1 73 1. HoPKiNSON, Thomas, Pennsylvania. Master of Rolls, 1736-41 ; Mem- 
ber of Provincial Council, 1747; Common Councilman, 1741 ; 
Judge of the Admiralty, 1741-49; Founder of Philadelphia Li- 
brary, 1 73 1. 

1635. HOPPIN, Benjamin, Providence, R. I. Lieutenant in Babcock's Regi- 

ment, 1776; Captain in Lippitt's Regiment, 1^^6-77. 

Hosier, Henry, Kent County, Md. Representative, 1678, 1681-83. 

1636. HoSMER, Thomas, Hartford, Conn. Representative, 1642. 

1747. Houston, William Churchill, New Jersey. Captain Second Battalion 
Militia, Somerset County, 1776; Member of Assembly, 1778, 
1780-81, etc. Member of Congress of Confederation, 1779. 

1639. Howe, John, Marlborough, Mass. Founder, 1657. 

1697. Howell, Jacob, Chester County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1752. 

1745. Howell, Samuel, Philadelphia, Pa. Member of Committee of Safety, 
1775-76. 

1620. Howland, John, Massachusetts. Assistant, 1633-35 ! Deputy, 1641, 
1645-46, 1648-58, 1661, 1663, 1666-67, 1670. 

1650. HoxiE, Gideon, Rhode Island. Lieutenant-Colonel in Richmond's 
Regiment in Revolutionary War. 

1650. HoxiE, Peleg, Rhode Island. Lieutenant Second Regiment, and in 
Green's Battalion, 1777, etc. 

1640. HoYT, Comfort, Connecticut. Lieutenant, 1758, in French and Indian 

War; Captain, 1768. 

1640. HoYT, Walter, Norwalk, Conn. Deputy, 1658-81, with intermissions. 

1683. Hudson, William, Philadelphia, Pa. Member of Common Council, 
1701 ; Member of Assembly, 1706; Mayor, 1725-26. 

7 



98 

Settlement. 

1630. Hull, Cornelius, Fairfield, Conn. Representative, 1656, 1658-60, 
1662-64, 1666-67 ; Lieutenant, 1675 ; Lieutenant in King Philip's 
War, 1676. 

1630. Hull, George, Windsor, Conn. Deputy, 1637, 1639-46. 

1656. Humphrey, Oliver, Simsbury, Conn. Representative, 1766-69. 

1656. Humphrey, Samuel, Simsbury, Conn. Representative, 1702, 17 19, 
1722-25 ; Lieutenant, 1708-12. 

1682. Humphreys, Joshua, Chester County, Pa. First Naval Constructor of 
the United States, building the first frigate — the " Randolph" — and 
fitting out the first fleet that sailed under the United States, 1774. 

Hunt, Ephraim, Weymouth, Mass. Captain, 1671 ; Representative, 
1671-76. 

Hunt, Ephraim, Jr., Weymouth, Mass. Captain, 1690; Colonel, 
1706-07. 

1652. Hunt, Ralph, Newtown, L. I. Lieutenant under Governor Nicholl, 
1665. 
Hunt, William, Weymouth, Mass. Captain, 1733; Major, 1748; 
Lieutenant-Colonel, 1750; Colonel, 1752. 

1633. Huntingdon, or Huntington, Samuel, Lebanon, Conn. Lieutenant, 
1709. 

1633. Huntington, Jabez, ist, Connecticut. Lieutenant, 1728; Captain, 
1735; Colonel, 1739. 

1633. Huntington, Jabez, 2d, Windham, Conn. Representative, 1764-81 ; 
Second Major-General, 1776, 

1633. Huntington, or Huntingdon, Simon, Norwich, Conn. Representa- 
tive, 1674, 1677, 1685. 

1630. Hurlbut, John, Connecticut (Wyoming, Pa.). Member of Assembly, 
1779-81. 

Ingalls, Samuel, Ipswich, Mass. Deputy, 1691-92. 

1 74 1. Irwin, Matthew, Lancaster County, Pa. Quartermaster, with rank of 
Lieutenant-Colonel, 1777; Captain, Malcolm's Regiment, 1777; 
Lieutenant, Pulaski Legion, 1779, etc. 

Izard, Ralph, South Carolina. Member of Proprietary Council, 17 19. 
1633. Jacob, Nicholas, Hingham, Mass. Representative, 1648-49. 



99 

Settlement. 

1726. James, Abel, Philadelphia, Pa. MemlDer of Assembly, 1770-71. 

Janney, Thomas, Bucks County, Pa. Provincial Councillor, 1683, 
1686, 1 69 1. 

1700. Jansen, Derrick, Germantown, Pa. Justice of the Peace and Courts, 
1726, 1727, 1732, 1733, 1735-38; Founder of Pennsylvania Hos- 
pital, 1 75 1. 

1686. Jenkins, WiUiam, Chester County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1690, 
1695; Provincial Councillor, 1692. 

1738. Jenks, Thomas, Bucks County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1775. 

1680. Jennings, Samuel, BurHngton County, N. J. First Deputy-Governor, 

1681-83; Governor, 1683; Member of Assembly, 1685, etc.; 

Speaker, 1 697-1 701, 1707-08 ; Member of Provincial Council, 

1702. 

Jervis, John, Cape May County, N. J. Justice of the Peace, 1695-97. 

1629. JOHNES, David, Hunterdon County, N, J. Ensign and Captain of 

Third Regiment; Major Second Regiment of Militia in Revolu- 
tion. 

1630. Johnson, Edward, Woburn, Mass. Deputy, 1643-55; Speaker, 1643; 

Lieutenant, 1645 ". Captain, 1650. 

Johnson, John, Roxbury, Mass. Representative, 1634-39; Surveyor- 
General of Arms and Ammunition, 1642. 

Johnson, Sir Nathaniel, South Carolina. Governor, 1703-09. 

1643. Johnson, Samuel, Stratford, Conn. First President King's (now Colum- 
bia) College, 1754. 

1643. Johnson, WilHam Samuel, Connecticut. Representative, 1761, 1765 ; 
Member of Provincial Congress, 1765 ; Agent for Colony to Eng- 
land, 1766-71 ; Judge of Superior Court, 1772. 

JOLIFFE, John, Frederick County, Va. Captain Fourth Regiment, 
Continental Line, 1776. 

1682. Jones, Edward, M.D., Merion, Pa. Member of Assembly, 17 10. 

171 2. Jones, John, Hopkinton, Mass. Colonel Third Regiment, 1755-59; 
Representative, 1735-67. 

1712. Jones, John, Jr., Hopkinton, Mass. Major Third Regiment, 1759; 
Lieutenant-Colonel, 1771 ; Member of Committee of Safety, 1776. 

1721. Jones, Jonathan, Pennsylvania. Captain First Battalion, 1775 ; Major, 
1776; Lieutenant-Colonel, 1777; Member of Assembly, 1779-80. 



100 

Settlement. 

Jones, Owen, Philadelphia, Pa. Treasurer of Province, 1769-76. 

1634. JuDSON, Joseph, Hartford, Conn. Deputy, 1659, and for 9 sessions 
Ensign, 1665; Lieutenant, 1672; Captain, 1676. 



1690. Kaign, John, Kaign's Point, N.J. Judge of Gloucester County, 1699; 
Member of Assembly, 1708-10. 

1723. Kearney, Michael, Perth Amboy, N. J. Treasurer of East Jersey, 
1723-25. 
Keeney, William, New London, Conn. Deputy, 1662. 

1664. Kelly, John, Salem County, N. J. Captain and Major in Second 
Battahon, 1777. 

1650. Kidder, Aaron, New Ipswich, N. H. Lieutenant, 1760; Captain, 
1769, in French and Indian War. 

1650. Kidder, James, Billerica, Mass. Ensign in Indian War, 1675. 

1639. Kimberly, Eleazar, Glastonbury, Conn. Secretary of State, 1696- 

1709. 
1639. Kimberly, Thomas, Glastonbury, Conn. Representative, 1708-29; 

Speaker, 1726-29. 

1 65 1. Kinne, Aaron, Conn. Chaplain of Fort Griswold, 1781. 

1682. Kirkbride, Joseph, Bucks County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1698, 
1712-14, 1716, 1718; Justice of the Peace, 1708-10, 1715, 1718, 
1722-23, 1725-26. 

1682, Kirkbride, Mahlon, Bucks County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 

1740-56. 
1749. KiRKPATRiCK, Abraham, Virginia. Lieutenant Eighth Regiment, 

1776; Captain Fourth Regiment, 1777. 

1682. Knight, Giles, Bucks County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1760-65 ; 
1768-69. 

1636. Knowles, Alexander, Fairfield, Conn, Assistant Judge, 1654, 1658. 

1642. Kyn, Joran, Upland, Pa. Founder of Upland, 1644. 

Lacey, John, Bucks County, Pa. Captain Fourth Battahon, 1776; 
Lieutenant-Colonel, 1777; Brigadier-General, 1778. 

1634. Ladd, Daniel, Haverhill, Mass. Founder, 1640. 

1680. Lambert, David, Norwalk, Conn. Representative, 1751. 



lOI 

Settlement. 

1676. Land, Samuel, New Castle County, Del. Sheriff, 1686. 

1634. Lane, Job, Billerica and Maiden, Mass. Representative, 1676, 1679, 
1685, 1692. 

Langdon, Tobias, Portsmouth, N. H. Ensign, 1692; Captain, 1699, 

Laxgdon, Woodbury, Portsmouth, N. H. Delegate to Continental 
Congress, 1779-80; Member of Executive Council, 1 781, etc. ; 
Judge of Supreme Court, 1782, etc. 

Laxghorne, Thomas, Bucks County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1687. 

Langstaff, John, Middlesex County, N. J. Ensign, 1673; Captain 
of Provincial Troops; Member of Provincial Council, 1688. 

1740. Lardner, John, Philadelphia, Pa. Cornet of First City Troop, 
1779-83. 

1 740. Lardner, Lynford, Pennsylvania. Keeper of the Great Seal, 1 746 ; 
Provincial Councillor, 1755-73. 

Lathrop. See Lothrop. 

Law, Richard, Stamford, Conn. Representative, 1753-66. 

1695. Lawrence, Elisha, Monmouth County, N. J. Member of Assembly, 
1708-09, 1 716. 

1695. Lawrence, John, Monmouth County, N. J. Member of Provincial 
Congress, 1774. 

1638. Lawton, George, Portsmouth, R. 1. Deputy, 1665, 1672, 1675-76, 
1679-80; Assistant, 1680-86, 1689-90. 

1748. Leaming, Thomas*, 3d, New Jersey. Member of Provincial Congress, 
1776. 

Ledyard, John, Groton and Hartford, Conn. Representative, 1742- 
49, 1753-61, 1766-69. 

1 64 1. Lee, Ezra, Lyme, Conn. Captain in Revolutionary War ; navigated 
the "Marine Turtle." 

1641. Lee, Thomas, Lyme, Conn. Representative, 1676; Lieutenant, 1687, 

1682. Leech, Tobias, Philadelphia, Pa. Member of Assembly, 171 3-14, 
1717, 1719. 

Leeds, Daniel, Burlington County, N. J. Surveyor-General, 1681- 
1710; Member of Assembly, 1682; Member of Governor's Coun- 
cil, 1703-08; Judge of Supreme Court, 1708. 

1686. Leet, Daniel, Virginia. Brigade Major Virginia Line, 1778, 



102 

Settlement. 

1638. Leete, William, Hartford, Conn. Assistant, 1643-57, 1665-69; 
Deputy-Governor, 1661-65, 1669-76; Governor, 1676-83. 

1645. Leonard, Thomas, Bristol County, Mass. Captain, 1690; Judge of 
Court of Common Pleas, 1702-13 ; Deputy, 1680-81, 1683, etc. 

1633. Leverett, Sir John, Massachusetts. Representative, 1651-53, 1663- 
64; Major-General, 1663-73; Member of Governor's Council, 
1665-71; Deputy-Governor, 1671-73; Governor, 1673-78. 

1684. Levis, Samuel, Chester County, Pa. Provincial Councillor, 1692; 
Member of Assembly, 1689, 1694, 1698, 1700, 1706-09. 

1684. Levis, Samuel, Jr., Chester County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1720- 

23- 
1684. Levis, Samuel, 3d, Chester County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 

1739-47. 
1684. Levis, William, Chester County, Pa. Second Lieutenant Third Bat- 

tahon Militia, 1777. 

Lewis, Edmund, Stratford, Conn. Ensign, 171 5; Deputy, 171 5, 

1727-28. 

1686. Lewis, Evan, Chester County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1706, 171 1, 
1714, 1719. 

Lewis, Ezekiel, Boston, Mass. Representative, 1723, etc. 

1708. Lewis, Robert, Chester County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1745-46. 

1632. Lewis, William, Massachusetts and Connecticut. Representative, 

1662, 1664; Captain, 1674. 

1633. Lewis, WilHam, St. Mary's Hundred, Md. Member of House of 

Burgesses, 1636-39, 1646, 1647, 1650; Captain, 1655. 

1737. LiNDSLEY, Eleazer, New Jersey. Ensign Colonial Forces, 1762; 
Lieutenant-Colonel, 1777; Member of Assembly, 1777. 

LiPPiNCOTT, Restore, Burlington County, N. J. Representative, 1703 
-04; Member of Governor's Council, 1703. 

Livingston, Philip, Albany, N. Y. Second Lord of Manor ; Member 
of Assembly, 1700; Member of Governor's Council, 1725-49; 
Commissioner of Boundaries, 1737, 1740. 

1674. Livingston, PhiHp, N. Y. Signer of Declaration of Independence. 

1674. Livingston, Robert, N. Y. First Lord of the Manor; Member of 
Council, 1698, 1701 ; Member of Assembly, 1709-11, 1716-26; 
Speaker, 1718-25. 



103 

Settlement. 

1683. Lloyd, Thomas, Philadelphia, Pa. Master of Rolls, 1683-90; Pro- 
vincial Councillor, 1684-88; President of Governing Council, 
1684-88, 1690-91; Deputy-Governor, 1691-93; Keeper of Great 
Seal, 1683. 

LOCKWOOD, Gershom, Greenwich, Conn. Lieutenant, 1692. 

1699. Logan, James, Philadelphia, Pa. Provincial Secretary, 1699; Com- 
missioner of Property and Receiver-General for nearly quarter of 
a century; Provincial Councillor, 1702-47; Judge, 171 5, etc. ; 
Mayor, 1722; Chief- Justice, 1731-39; President of Governor's 
Council, 1736-38; Founder of Loganian Library. 

1699. Logan, William, Philadelphia, Pa. Councillor, 1747, etc. 

1727. Long, WilHam, Bucks County, Pa. Member of War Committee, 
1776. 

Longley, John, Groton, Mass. Representative, 1729-34. 

1633. LoocKERMANS, Govert, New Amsterdam, N. Y. One of "Nine Men," 

1647; Representative, 1657-61. 

1635. Lord, Richard, Sr., Hartford, Conn. Member of Assembly, 1657- 
61 ; Captain of Troop of Horse, 1657-58 ; Patentee of Charter of 
1662. 

1735. Lord, Richard, Jr., Hartford, Conn. Member of Assembly, 1669, 
etc. ; Member of Council of War, 1675-76. 

1635. Lord, Richard, Saybrook, Conn. Lieutenant, 1700; Deputy, 1719. 

1634. LoTHROP, Barnabas, Barnstable, Mass. Judge, 1692; Deputy, 1675- 

82; Councillpr, 1692. 

1634. LoTHROP, Joseph, Barnstable, Mass. Representative, 1666, and for 
eighteen years; Member of Council of War, 1676; Captain, 1685. 

1634. LoTHROP, Simon, Norwich, Conn. Colonel at Louisburg, 1745 ; Com- 
mander at Cape Breton, 

1631. Lyman, John, Northampton, Mass. Lieutenant in " Falls Fight, " 1676. 

1650. Lynde, Benjamin, Essex, Mass. Judge of Supreme Court, 1712; 
Chief- Justice, 1728-45; Councillor, 171 3. 

1650. Lynde, Benjamin, Jr., Salem, Mass. Naval Officer, 1722-29; Judge, 
1729-45; Special Judge of Court of Pleas, 1734; Chief-Justice, 
1745; Member of Council, 1745-66. 

1634. Lynde, Thomas, Charlestown, Mass. Representative eight years, be- 
tween 1636 and 1652. 



104 

Settlement. 

1732. McAllister, Richard, York County, Pa. Justice of Peace, 1771-74; 
Member of Committee of Safety, 1775; Member of Provincial 
Congress, 1775; Colonel Third Battalion, 1775-77; County Lieu- 
tenant, 1777-80. 

McCall, Samuel, Philadelphia, Pa. Member of Common Council, 
1747. 

1732. McCalla, WilHam, Bucks County, Pa. Captain Seventh Company, 
Second Battalion of Associators, 1775-81. 

1718. McClellan, Samuel, Woodstock, Conn. Captain Eleventh Regi- 
ment, 1773; Major, 1775; Lieutenant-Colonel, 1776; Colonel 
Twelfth Regiment, 1777; Member of Assembly, 1775. 

1748. McDowell, John, M.D., York County, Pa. Surgeon in Revolution, 

1776-83. 
1734. McKean, Thomas, Philadelphia, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1762-79 ; 

Speaker, 1772; Member of Stamp Act Congress, 1765; Member 

of First Continental Congress, 1774; Colonel of Associators, 1776; 

Signer of Declaration of Independence ; President of Congress, 

1781 ; Chief-Justice, 1777, etc. 

1748. McKiNNON, Daniel, Anne Arundel County, Md. Rector of St. Mar- 
garet's, West Minster, 1768. 

1745. McNeill, Samuel, Montgomery County, Pa. Brigade Quartermaster 
in General Hand's Brigade, 1779. 

1748. McWilliam, Richard, New Castle County, Del. Justice of Supreme 
Court, 1764, 1769; Chief-Justice, 1773. 

1736. Maclay, William, Northumberland County, Pa. Lieutenant Third 
Battalion Associators, 1758; Lieutenant Second Battahon, 1763; 
Member of Assembly, 1781, etc. 

1 72 1. Macpherson, William, Pennsylvania. Major in Pennsylvania Line, 
1778. 
Manigault, Gabriel, South Carolina. Treasurer of Province, 1740, 
etc. 

1 74 1. Mann, John, Philadelphia, Pa. Captain Eighth Company First Bat- 
talion, Philadelphia Militia, 1776. 

1683. Maris, George, Chester County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1684- 
88, 1690, 1692-93; Provincial Councillor, 1695; Justice of the 
Peace, 1684-89, 1691-93. 

1683. Maris, Richard, Chester County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 17 14. 



105 

Settlement. 

1680. Marriott, Isaac, New Jersey. Member of Assembly, 1682; Member 

of Council of Proprietors, 1688. 
1680. Marriott, Thomas, Bucks County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 

1733-34, 1738. 
1712. Marsh, Joseph, ist, Lebanon, Conn. Representative, 171 2, 1716. 

1 71 2. Marsh, Joseph, 2d, Lebanon, Conn., Representative, 1723, 1726-27. 

1712. Marsh, Joseph, 3d, Conn. Ensign, 1757; Lieutenant, 1761 ; Captain 
Twelfth Regiment, 1763, in Seven Years' War. 

1712. Marsh, Joseph, 4th, Hartford, Vt. Lieutenant-Colonel, 1775 ; Colonel, 
1776-83; Chairman of Committee of Safety; Representative, 
1781-82; Lieutenant-Governor, 1778-90; Member of Provincial 
Congress, 1776. 

1730. Marshall, Christopher, Philadelphia, Pa. Member of Committee and 
Council of Safety, 1775, etc. 

1641. Marshfield, Samuel, Springfield, Mass. Representative, 1680, 

1683-84. 
1636. Marvin, Reinold, Lyme, Conn. Representative, 1670, 1672-76; 

Lieutenant, 1675. 
1625. Mason, James, Surry County, Va. King's Councillor, 1652, 1654; 

Member of House of Burgesses, 1654. 

1630. Mason, John, Saybrook, Conn. Conqueror of Pequots, 1637; Major- 
General, 1637; Deputy, 1637-42; Assistant, 1642-59; Deputy- 
Governor, 1660-69: Deputy to Colonial Congress, 1654-55, 1657, 
1661. 

1635. Mather, Increase, Massachusetts. Agent of Colony to England, 
1689-92 ; obtained Charter ; intrusted by the Crown with nomina- 
tion of Governor, Lieutenant-Governor, and Board of Councils. 

1747. Maxwell, John, New Jersey. Lieutenant, Sussex County; Captain 
Second Regiment, Hunterdon County, in Revolution. 

Medcalf, Jacob, Gloucester County, N. J. Judge, 1732; Sheriff, 1733. 

Melyn, Cornells, Staten Island, New York. Patroon, 1644. 

1683. Mendenhall, Benjamin, Chester County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 
1714. 

1678. Middleton, Edward, Berkeley County, S. C. Member of the Coun- 

cil, 1678-80. 

1679. Mifflin, John, Philadelphia, Pa. Founder of Philadelphia Library, 

1731- 



io6 

Settlement. 

1698. Miller, Ebenezer, N, J. Member of Assembly, 1754, 1761, 1769, 

1771. 
1749. Miller, Henry, York, Pa. Lieutenant Pennsylvania Rifles, 1775; 
Captain of same, 1775 ; Major First Regiment, 1776. 

1650. Mills, Lewis, Connecticut. Lieutenant Thirteenth Regiment, 1776; 
First Lieutenant, Enos's Regiment, 1778. 

1630. Miner, or Minor, Ephraim, Stonington, Conn. Deputy, 1676, 1677, 
1690, 1694, 1700, 1701, 1704; Ensign, 1699; Lieutenant, 1704. 

1630. Miner, or Minor, James, New London, Conn. Lieutenant, 1720. 

1630. Miner, or Minor, Joseph, Stonington, Conn. Deputy, 1696-97, 
1703-04, 1713; Ensign, 1710 ; Lieutenant, 17 14. 

1630. Miner, or Minor, Thomas, New London, Conn. Deputy, 1650-51, 
1665 ; Captain in King Philip's War. 

1635. Mitchell, Matthew, Stamford, Conn. Judge, 1643. 

1630. Moore, John, Windsor, Conn. Deputy, 1661, 1664-76. 

1700. Moore, John, Philadelphia, Pa. Collector of the Port, 1703. 

1644. Moore, Samuel, Newtown, L. L Captain under Governor Leisler, 
1690. 

1652. Moore, Samuel, Newtown, L. L Commissioner to General Court, 
1684. Delegate to New York Convention, 1689. 

1699. Moore, William, Chester County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1733- 

39; President Judge, 1741, etc. ; Justice of Peace, 1745, and for 
forty years. 

1685. MoREY, Israel, New Hampshire. Member of Fourth and Fifth Provin- 
cial Assemblies, 1775 ; Member of Committee of Safety; Colonel 
Twelfth Regiment, 1775-82. 

1 74 1. Morgan, George, Washington County, Pa. First Presiding Judge of 
Northwest Territory, 1765; Colonel, 1777. 

1730. Morgan, Jacob, Sr., Berks County, Pa. Captain under Braddock, 
1755; Justice, 1768-82, etc.; Member Provincial Conference Con- 
stitutional Convention, 1776; County Lieutenant, 1777; Member 
Executive Council, 1777-78 ; Member Council of Safety, 1777. 

1730, Morgan, Jacob, Jr., Berks County, Pa. Major, 1775 ; Colonel First 
Battalion, 1777; Colonel Third Battalion, 1777. 

1636. Morgan, James, New London, Conn. Deputy, 1665-70. 



I07 

Settlement. 

1683. Morris, Anthony, Sr., Philadelphia, Pa. Justice of Peace, 1692, 
1693, 1697, 1698; Judge of Supreme Court, 1694-98; Provincial 
Councillor, 1695-96; Member of Assembly, 1698-1703; Mayor, 
1703-04. 

1683. Morris, Anthony, Jr., Philadelphia, Pa. Member Common Council, 
1715-33; Member of Assembly, 1722-25; Founder of Philadel- 
phia Library, 1731 ; Mayor, 1738 ; Founder of Pennsylvania Hos- 
pital, 1752. 

1683. Morris, Anthony, 3d, Philadelphia, Pa. Founder of the Pennsylvania 
Hospital, 1 75 1. 

1740. Morris, Robert, Philadelphia, Pa. Financier of the Revolution; 
Member of Congress, 1776, 1777, 1778; Signer of Declaration of 
Independence ; Vice-President of Committee of Safety, 1775. 

1683. Morris, Samuel, Sr., Philadelphia, Pa. Justice of the Court of Com- 
mon Pleas, 1745; Member of Common Council, 1755-66; A 
founder of Philadelphia Library, 1731, and of Pennsylvania Hos- 
pital, 1752. 

1683. Morris, Samuel, Jr., Philadelphia, Pa. Second Lieutenant First City 
Troop, 1774; Member of Assembly, 1775-76, 1781-83; Captain 
First City Troop, 1776; Member of Committee of Safety, 1775-76. 

1623. Morton, John, Middleboro, Mass. Representative, 1662. 

MouLTOX, Jeremiah, York, Me. Captain in Expedition against Nor- 
ridgewock, 1724; Colonel in Siege of Louisburg, 1745; Member 
of Council, 1735-57. 

1742. Muhlenberg, Frederick Augustus, Montgomery County, Pa. Dele- 
gate to Continental Congress, 1779-80; Representative, 1780-83; 
Speaker, 1781-82. 

1620. MuLLiNS, WiUiam, Massachusetts. "Mayflower" Pilgrim, 1620. 

Neill, Lewis, Frederick County, Va. Judge, 1743. 

1 73 1. Neville, John, Virginia. Member of Virginia Provincial Convention, 

1775 ; Colonel Fourth Virginia Regim.ent in Revolution. 

1732. Nevins, David, Connecticut. Ensign Sixth Regiment, 1775; Lieu- 

tenant, 1776. 
1683. Newlin, Nathaniel, Chester County, Pa. Provincial Councillor, 1698 ; 
Member of Assembly, 1698, 1700-01, 1705, 1710-11, 1713-14, 
1717, 1719, 1721-22. 

1683. Newlin, Nicholas, Chester County, Pa. Provincial Councillor, 1685-87. 



io8 

Settlement. 

1699. Nice, George, Philadelphia, Pa. Captain of Second Company Second 
Battalion of Associators in Revolution. 

1725. Nicholas, George, Virginia. Captain, 1775 ; Major Tenth Regiment, 
1776; Lieutenant-Colonel Eleventh Regiment, 1777. 

1725. Nicholas, Robert Carter, Virginia. Member of House of Burgesses, 
1723; Speaker; Member of Convention of 1775. 

1668. Nichols, Cyprian, Massachusetts. Member of Committee of War, 
1702 ; Captain, 1725. 

Nichols, Isaac, Stratford, Conn. Deputy, 1662, 1664-65. 

1675. Nicholson, Samuel, New Jersey. First Justice of Peace of Fenwick 
Colony, 1676. 

1660. NicOLL, Matthias, Crowneck, L.I. Secretary of Province, 1664 ; Presid- 
ing Judge; Mayor of New York, 1672; Judgeof Supreme Court, 1683. 

NicOLL, WiUiam, New York. Attorney-General, 1687; Member of 

Provincial Council, 1693; Commissioner to England, 1695; 

Speaker, 1702-18. 
1642. Nixon, John, Philadelphia, Pa. Member of Committee of Safety, 1775 I 

Lieutenant-Colonel Third Battahon of Associators, 1775 "> Member 

of Navy Board, 1776. 
1642. Nixon, Richard, Philadelphia, Pa. Member of Common Council, 

1742; Captain of Associators, 1748. 

1693. NORRIS, Charles, Philadelphia, Pa. Founder of Pennsylvania Hos- 
pital, 175 1. 

1693. NORRIS, Isaac, Philadelphia, Pa. Provincial Councillor, 1709-34; 
Member of Assembly, 1 699-1 701, 1705, 17 10, 1716, 1720-21 ; 
Speaker, 17 13, etc. ; Mayor, 1724. 

1734. North, Caleb, Philadelphia, Pa. Captain Fourth Battalion, 1776-77; 
Major Tenth Regiment, 1777; Lieutenant-Colonel Eleventh Regi- 
ment, 1777; of Ninth Regiment, 1778; of Second Regiment, 
1781-83. 

1734. North, Roger, Montgomery County, Pa. Lieutenant of Pennsylvania 
Associators, 1748. 

1682. Obern, Henry, Chester County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 171 6, 
1718, 1721. 

1641. Ogden, Robert, New Jersey. Member of King's Council ; Representa- 
tive, 1751-63; Speaker, 1763; Delegate to Continental Congress, 
1765 ; Chairman of Committee of Safety, 1776. 



I09 

Settlement. 

1677. Olive, Thomas, New Jersey. Commissioner of Lands, 1677-83; 
Member of Assembly and Speaker, 1681-83, 1685 ; Deputy- 
Governor, 1684; Member of Council, 1682-83; President and 
Speaker of Council, 1688; Justice, 1683. 

1638. Olney, Epenetus, Providence, R. I. Deputy, 1666, 1676, 1684, 1686. 

1638. Olney, Joseph, Rhode Island. Commander of Men-of-war "Cabot" 
and "Queen of France," 1777, 1779. 

1638. Olney, Thomas, Providence, R. I. Assistant, 1649, 1653-56, 1664-67 ; 
Commissioner, 1656, 1658-59, 1661-63. 

Osgood, John, Andover, Mass. Representative, 1651. 

1635. Otis, James, Barnstable, Mass. Representative, 1758; Speaker, 1760; 
Justice of Common Pleas, 1764; President of Council, 1775. 

1635. Otis, John, Barnstable, Mass. Representative, 1678, and for 20 years ; 

Chief-Justice of Common Pleas, 1 3 years ; Provincial Councillor, 

1706-27. 
1635. Otis, Samuel Allyne, Massachusetts. Member Board of War in the 

Revolution; Representative, 1776. 

1690. Owen, Robert, Merion, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1695, 1697. 

1643. Paine, Thomas, Eastham, Mass. Deputy, 1671-73, 1676, 1678, 1680- 

81, 1690; Representative to Great and General Court of Boston. 

1629. Palmer, Walter, Rehobeth, Mass. Deputy, 1645-47. 

Park, Robert, New London, Conn. Deputy, 1641, 1642, 1652. 

1 63 1. Park, Wilham, Roxbury, Mass. Representative, 1635, ^-^^ for 3^ 
years. 

1644. Parker, WiUiam, Saybrook, Conn. Deputy, 1672, 1678, 1678-83. 

1704. Parker, William, Portsmouth, N. H. Judge of Admiralty, Member 
of Assembly, 1765-74; Judge of Superior Court, 1771 to end of 
Colonial Period. 

1640. Parrish, Edward, Anne Arundel County, Md. Commander in Expe- 
dition against Indians, 1652. 

1635. Parsons, Ebenezer, Northampton, Mass. Ensign, 1723; Captain. 

1635. Parsons, Joseph, Northampton, Mass. Cornet, 1672-78. 

1635. Parsons, Joseph, Jr., Northampton, Mass. First Judge of Hampshire 
Court, 1696, and for 23 years; Representative, 1693, and for 14 
years. 



no 

Settlement. 

Partridge, Samuel, Hatfield, Mass. Representative, 1685-86; Colo- 
nel, 1685; Judge, 1692. 

Paschall, Thomas, Philadelphia, Pa. Member of Assembly, 168$, 
1689; Member City Council, 1701, 1704. 

Paul, Joseph, Philadelphia County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1687. 

1682. Paxson, William, Sr., Bucks County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 
1692, 1696, 1700-01, 1705-08. 

1682. Paxson, Wilham, Jr., Bucks County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 
1714, 1717-20, 1722, 1726-33; Justice of Peace, 1723, 1725-27. 

1638. Peabody, Francis, Topsfield, Mass. Lieutenant, 1668. 

1638. Peabody, John, Boxford, Mass. Representative, 1689-91. 

1644. Peabody, Wilham, Little Compton, R. I. Deputy, 1654-63, 1670-77, 
1679-82. 

Peabody, Wilham, Duxbury, Mass. Deputy, 1654-63, 1670-77, 
1679-82. 

Pearsall, Nathaniel, Hempstead, L. I. Member of Assembly, 1690. 

Peartree, Wilham, New York. Mayor of New York, 1703-06. 

1 64 1. Peaslee, Robert, Massachusetts. Ensign French and Indian War, 
1760. 

1 64 1. Peaslee, Zaccheus, Vermont. Lieutenant on Staff of General Moses 
Hazen, Pennsylvania, 1775-83. 

1637. Peck, Joseph, Lyme, Conn. Deputy, 1690-91, 1695-1710; Captain, 
1710. 

1684. Peirce, George, Chester County, Pa. Representative, 1706. 

1682. Pemberton, Israel, Sr., Philadelphia, Pa. Member of City Council, 
1 718, etc. ; Member of Assembly, 1731-49; Founder of Philadel- 
phia Library, 1731. 

1682. Pemberton, Israel, Jr., Philadelphia, Pa. Member of Assembly, 
1750; Founder of Pennsylvania Hospital, 1751. 

1682. Pemberton, Phineas, Bucks County, Pa. Provincial Councillor, 1685 
-87, 1695, 1697-99, 1 701 ; Member of Assembly, 1689, 1694, 
1698, 1700; Speaker, 1698; Master of Rolls, 1696. 

1646. Pemberton, Samuel, Boston, Mass. Selectman, 1770. 

1688. Penington, Edward, ist, Philadelphia, Pa. Surveyor-General, 1698, 
1706-07. 



Ill 

Settlement. 

1688. Penington, Edward, 2d, Philadelphia, Pa. Member of Assembly, 
1761 ; Judge, 1761 ; Member of Provincial Convention, 1774. 

1688. Penington, Isaac, Bucks County, Pa, Justice of the Peace, 1726-27, 

1738, 174.1. 
1685. Pennock, Joseph, Chester County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 17 16, 

etc., for 12 years. 

1700. Penrose, Thomas, Philadelphia, Pa. Deputy to Convention of 1774. 

1 73 1. Perkins, Jacob, Burlington, N. J. Second Major of First Regiment, 
1778 ; Major of same, 1779, etc. 

1630. Perkins, John, Sr., Ipswich, Mass. Deputy, 1636. 

1630. Perkins, John, Jr., Ipswich, Mass. Quartermaster of Militia, 1670-83. 

Perkins, William, Boston, Mass. Captain in Knox's Artillery, 1776; 
Major in same, 1778-83. 

Peters, Richard, Philadelphia, Pa. Captain, 1775; Secretary of War, 
1776-81 ; Representative, 1782-83. 

1737. Pettit, Charles, New Jersey. Assistant Quartermaster-General, 1778, 
etc. ; Member of Continental Congress ; Aide-de-camp to Governor 
Franklin, 1771. 

1630. Phelps, William, Windsor, Conn. Assistant, 1636-42, 1658-62 ; 
Deputy, 1645-49, 1 65 1, 1657. 

1630. Phillips, Theophilus, 3d, Hunterdon County, N. J. Judge of Com- 
mon Pleas between 1723 and 1746. 

1742. Physick, Edmund, Philadelphia, Pa. Receiver-General, 1769; Keeper 
of the Seal, 1769. 

Pickering, John, Salem, Mass. Ensign, 1675; Lieutenant in Captain 
Appleton's Company in 1682. 

1634. Pierce, Ezekiel, Plainfield, Conn. Representative, 1751, 1753, 1760, 
1768, 1775, etc. ; Captain, 1755 ; Major, 1758. 

1634. Pierce, Thomas, Woburn, Mass. Deputy, 1668. 

1634. Pierce, Timothy, Plainfield, Conn. Ensign, 1708; Lieutenant, 1711 ; 
Representative, 1717-26; Captain, 1723; Judge, 1725-47; Mem- 
ber of Council, 1729; Colonel, 1739. 

1640-45. PiERPONT, James, New Haven, Conn. A Founder of .Yale College, 

1701. 
1640. PiERSON, Abraham, Connecticut. Chaplain in Expedition against the 

Dutch, 1654. 



112 

Settlement. 

1635. Pike, Robert, Essex, Mass. Representative, 1648-49, 1658-59; Cap- 

tain and Major, 1670; Assistant, 1682; Member of Council of 
Safety, 1689. 

1698. PiNCKNEY, Charles, South CaroHna. King's Councillor and Chief- 
Justice, 1752. 

1659. Pitkin, Thomas, ist, Bolton, Conn. Commissioned Lieutenant, 1737; 
Captain, 1739; Deputy, 1755-56, 1758-59. 

1659. Pitkin, Thomas, 2d, Bolton, Conn, Deputy, 1758-61 ; Lieutenant, 
First Regiment, 1761 ; Captain in Seven Years' War, 1764, and in 
Lexington alarm, 1775. 

1659. Pitkin, WilHam, ist, Hartford, Conn. Attorney-General, 1676. 

1659. Pitkin, William, 2d, Hartford, Conn. Representative, 1696; Pro- 
vincial Councillor, 1697, and for 26 years; Judge, 1 702-11; As- 
sistant, 1 702-1 1 ; Commissioner of War, 1706-07; Chief-Justice, 
1713- 
Plaisted, John, Portsmouth, N. H. Colonel, 171 2; Member of As- 
sembly, 1 693-1 702, 1717-27; Speaker, 1717; Assistant, 1702-16; 
Judge of Superior Court, 1699-17 19; Chief- Justice, 17 16. 

Plaisted, Roger, Kittery, Maine. Representative, 1663, etc. ; Lieu- 
tenant, 1675. 

1636. Plumb, John, Branford, Conn. Representative, 1641-43. 

1697. Plumstead, Clement, Philadelphia, Pa. Member of Common Coun- 
cil, 1712; Mayor, 1723, 1736, 1741 ; Provincial Councillor, 
1727. 

1697. Plumstead, William, Philadelphia, Pa. Common Councilman, 1739 ! 
Mayor, 1750, 1754-55. 

1654. PoLHEMUS, John, New Jersey. Captain First Battalion Continental 
Troops, 1775 ; Major of same. 

1630. PoMEROY, Benjamin, D.D., Hebron, N. H. A Founder of Dartmouth 
College, 1769. 

1639. Porter, John, Windsor, Conn. Deputy, 1646-47. 

1700. PowEL, or Powell, Samuel, Philadelphia, Pa. Common Councilman, 
1717, 1729-30, 1732. 

1700. PowEL, or Powell, Samuel, 2d, Philadelphia, Pa. Mayor, 1775. 

Power, Nicholas, Providence, R. L Deputy, 1704, 1708, 1722-23, 
1730; Assistant, 1720-21, 1724-29, 1731-33. 



113 

Settlement. 

1632. Pratt, John, Saybrook, Conn. Deputy, 1684, 1690-91 ; Ensign, 1667. 

1632. Pratt, William, Saybrook, Conn. Representative, 1666-78. 

1 63 1. Prentice, John, Sr., New London, Conn. Member of Assembly, 
1667-68, 1670. 

1 63 1. Prentice, John, Jr., New London, Conn. Captain of the Fort, 1692- 
1702; Deputy, 1703-04. 

Prescott, Jonas, Groton, Mass. Deputy, 1 699-1 705 ; Lieutenant, 
1689; Captain, 1702. 

1749. Preston, Jonas, Chester County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1767. 

1649. Preston, Richard, Maryland. Governing Commissioner, 1652, 1654; 
Speaker, 1654, 1661 ; Member of Assembly, 1659-66. 

1649. Preston, Richard, Jr., Maryland. Member of Assembly, 1669. 

1649. Preston, Samuel, Pennsylvania and Delaware. Member of Assembly, 
Sussex County, 1693, 1701. Commissioner of Pennsylvania and 
Maryland boundaries, 1734; Member of Provincial Council, 1700, 
1709-35; Mayor of Philadelphia, 1711 ; Treasurer of Province, 
1714-43- 

1749, Price, John, New Castle County, Del. Justice of the Peace and Courts, 
1761-70. 
Prudden, John, Long Island. Deputy to Colonial Assembly of New 
York, 1689. 

1637. Prudden, Peter, New Haven, Conn. Judge, 1640, etc. 

1682. PuSEY, Caleb, Chester County, Pa. Member of Governor's Council, 
1695, 1697-1715; Member of Assembly, 1686-87, 1690, 1692, 
1694, 1696, 1698. 

Pyle, Nicholas, Chester County, Pa. Justice of the Peace, 1 709-11, 
1713-15;- Member of Assembly, 1700, 1703-04, 1710-11, 1714. 

1682. Pyle, Robert, Chester County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1688-90, 
1692, 1695, 1699, 1700-01, 1705. 

1682. Pyle, William, Chester County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1721-23. 

1630. Pynchon, William, Massachusetts. Assistant, 1630-36; Treasurer of 
Colony, 1632-33; Governing Commissioner of Connecticut Colony, 
1635-36; Deputy, 1636-38. 

1633. QuiNCY, Edmund, Sr., Boston, Mass. Representative to First General 

Court, 1634. 

8 



114 

Settlement. 

1633. OuiNCY, Edmund, Jr., Braintree, Mass. Lieutenant and Captain, 1684; 

Lieutenant-Colonel of Suffolk Regiment; Representative, 1670, 

1673, 1675, 1679, 1681, 1692; Member of Committee of Safety, 

1689. 
1633. QuiNCY, Edmund, 3d, Braintree, Mass. Representative, 1713-14 ; 

Member of Executive Council, 171 5; Judge of Supreme Court, 

1718-38; Agent to England, 1737. 

1633. OuiNCY, Josiah, Braintree, Mass. Colonel of Suffolk Regiment, 1713. 
1633. QuiNCY, Samuel, Boston, Mass. Solicitor-General, 1771. 

1678. Raper, or Rapier, Thomas, Burlington, N. J. Member of Assembly, 
1708-09. 

1686. Rawle, Francis, Philadelphia, Pa. iMember of Assembly, 1704, 
1706-08, 1719, 1721-26. 

1636. Rawson, Edward, Massachusetts. Secretary of Colony, 1650-86; 
Deputy, 1638-39, 1642, 1644-49. 

1692. Read, Charles, Pennsylvania and New Jersey, Treasurer of West 
Jersey, 1693; Member of Pennsylvania Assembly, 1704. 

1686. Reading, John, ist, Gloucester County, N. J. Representative, 1685, 
1697, 1701 ; Councillor, 1705-07, 1713-18 ; Judge of Supreme 
Court, 1 7 II. 

1686. Reading, John, 2d, New Jersey. Commissioner of Boundaries, 1719; 
Member of Council, 1721-58; Speaker, 1744, 1747; President of 
Council (acting Governor), 1746, 1757; Judge, 1724-50. 

1686. Reading, John, 3d, New Jersey. Second Lieutenant, Fourth Company, 
Third Battalion, 1776; First Lieutenant, 1777-81. 

1686. Reading, Joseph, Hunterdon County, N. J. Justice of the Peace, 
1777-81. 

1639. Redington, Daniel, Topsfield, Mass. Lieutenant, 1718. 

1730. Reed, William, York County, Pa. First Lieutenant Sixth Battalion, 

1778. 
1675. Reeve, Joseph, New Jersey. Representative, 1738. 

1675. Reeve, Mark, Salem, New Jersey. Representative, 1682, 1685. 

1683. Reid, John, Freehold, N. J. Member of Assembly, 1703 ; Surveyor- 
General, 1703. 

1742. Reigart, Adam, Lancaster, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1780. 



115 

Settlement. 

Reynolds, Thomas, Burlington County, N. J. Lieutenant-Colonel 
Second Regiment; Colonel of same, ijyj-Z2. 

Rhoads, Samuel, Philadelphia, Pa. Founder of Philadelphia Library, 
1 73 1 ; Member of Common Council, 1741 ; Founder of Philosoph- 
ical Society, 1743 ; Founder of Pennsylvania Hospital, 1751 ; 
Member of Assembly, 1761-63, 1770-74; Mayor, 1774; Member 
of Continental Congress, 1774. 

Rhodes, Zechariah, Providence, R. I. Representative, 1659, 1661-63 i 
Commissioner of Boundaries, 1664; Deputy, 1664-65. 

Richards, James, Hartford, Conn. Assistant, 1665, etc. 

1630. Richardson, Ezekiel, Charlestown, Mass. Representative, 1635. 

1686. Richardson, Samuel, Philadelphia, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1691- 
94, 1696-98, 1700-03, 1706-07, 1709; Member of Provincial 
Council, 1688-90, 1695 ; Justice of the Peace and Courts, 1692, 
1697, 1701, 1704. 

1632. Richmond, Edward, Newport, R. L Attorney-General, 1677-80; 
Deputy, 1678-79, 1686; Captain, 1690. 

1632. Richmond, Sylvester, Massachusetts. Captain and Colonel Sixth Regi- 
ment, 1744. 

1735. Riley, Richard, Chester County, Pa. Delegate to Provincial Confer- 
ence, 1774 ; Member of Provincial Convention, 1775 ; Member of 
Committee of Safety, 1775. 

1650. Ringgold, James, Kent County, Md. Commander of Kent, 1674-77 ; 
Commissioner to General Court, 1674-77 ; Judge. 

1650. Ringgold, Thomas, Kent County, Md. Appointed Judge, 1652. 

1682. Roberts, Edward, Philadelphia, Pa. Member of Common Council, 

1717 ; Mayor, 1739. 

1683. Roberts, Hugh, Chester County, Pa. Member of Provincial Council, 

1692. 
1685. Robeson, Andrew, New Jersey. Surveyor-General of West Jersey, 
1687 ; Chief- Justice of Supreme Court, Pennsylvania, 1693-99 ; 
Representative, 1697 ; Provincial Councillor, 1701. 

1 63 1. Robinson, Isaac, Barnstable, Mass. Deputy, 1645, 1651. 

1738. Robinson, Thomas, Pennsylvania. Captain Fourth Battahon, 1776; 
Major Fifth Regiment, Pennsylvania Line, 1776 ; Lieutenant- 
Colonel First Regiment, 1777. 

1726. Rodman, John, Burlington, N. J. Member of Assembly, 1727, 1729, 
1738 ; Provincial Councillor, 1738-56. 



ii6 

Settlement. 

1726. Rodman, William, Bucks County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1763- 
76. 

1726. Rodman, William, Jr., Bucks County, Pa. Brigade Quartermaster, 
1781. 

1682. Rodney, John, Sussex County, Del. Sheriff, 1756; Member of Com- 
mittee of Safety, 1776 ; Military Treasurer, 1777. 

1682. Rodney, William, ist, Delaware. ^Member of Assembly, 1688, etc. ; 
Judge, 1704. 

1682. Rodney, Wilham, Jr., Kent County, Del. Sheriff, 1726, 1729. 

1639. Rogers, Joseph, Milford, Conn. Ensign, 1723 ; Lieutenant, 1726. 

1683. Roman, Phihp, Chester County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1692, 

1695 ; Justice of the Court, 1703. 

RUFFIN, Robert, Surry County, Va. Sheriff, 17 14-15. 

1683. Rush, Benjamin, M.D., Philadelphia, Pa. Surgeon in Continental 
Navy, 1775-76; Member Continental Congress, 1776; Signer of 
Declaration of Independence. 

1640. Russell, Richard, Charlestown, Mass. Representative, 1646, 1648-49, 

1654, 1656, 1658 ; Speaker, 5 years ; Assistant, 1659-74 ; Treasurer 
of Colony, 1644-74. 

Rutgers, Anthony, New York. Member of Colonial Legislature, 
1726-37. 

1643. Sabin, John, Windam and Pomfret, Conn. Representative, 1720 ; 
Major, 1726. 

1652. Sacket, John, New Haven, Conn. Ensign, 1690; Lieutenant, 1700. 

1687. Saltar, Richard, New Jersey. Member of House of Deputies, 1695 ; 
Member of Assembly, 1 704. 

1687. Saltar, Richard, Jr., New Jersey. Chief- Justice, 1754; Provincial 
Councillor, 1749, 1763. 

1630. Saltonstall, Gurdon, New London, Conn. Governor, 1708-24. 

1630. Saltonstall, Nathaniel, Ipswich, ]\Iass. Colonel of Essex Regiment, 
1641 ; Representative, 1666, 1668-71 ; Assistant, 1679-86; Judge, 
1692. 

1630. Saltonstall, Sir Richard, Watertown, Mass. Assistant, 1629-31. 

1630. Saltonstall, Richard, Jr., Ipswich, Mass. Deputy, 1635-37 ; As- 
sistant, 1637-49, 1664, 1680-82. 



117 

Settlement. 

1620. Sampson, Henry, Duxbury, Mass. " Mayflower" Pilgrim, 1620. 

Sands, James, Portsmouth, R. I. Deputy, 1665. 

1635. Savage, Thomas, Boston, Mass. Captain, 165 1 ; Representative, 
1654, etc. ; Speaker, 1659-60, 1671, 1677-78 ; Assistant, 1680-82 ; 
Commander in King PhiHp's War, 1675. 

1650. Schuyler, Johannes, Rensselaerwyck, New York. Mayor of Albany, 
1703-06 ; Captain, 1690. 

1650. Schuyler, Peter, Albany, N. Y. Mayor, 1688 ; Councillor, 1692 ; 

President of Council, 1719 ; Commander in French and Indian 

War, 1 69 1. 
1650. Schuyler, Phihp, New York. Major-General in Revolutionary War, 

1775-79. 
1700. Scott, John, New York. Lieutenant Independent Company of Fusi- 

leers, 1710 ; Commandant at Fort Hunter, 171 1-25. 

1700. Scott, John Morin, New York. Brigadier-General, 1776; Member of 
Provincial Congress, 1775-76; Continental Congress, 1779-83; 
Secretary of State, 1778-83, etc. ; Member of State Senate, 1777- 
82. 

1637. ScOTTOW, Joshua, Boston, Mass. Selectm.an, 1657; Captain of Ancient 
and Honorable Artillery Company, 1645. 

1685. Scull, Nicholas, Pennsylvania, Surveyor-General, 1748-61 ; Founder 
of Philadelphia Library, 1731. 

1735. Selden, Samuel, Hadlyme, Conn. Ensign, 1733 ; Lieutenant, 1738 ; 
Captain, 1740. 

1635. Selden, Samuel, Connecticut. Colonel of Fourth Regiment, Connecti- 
cut Infantry, 1776. 
Sharp, Hugh, New Jersey. Member of Assembly, 1708. 

1725. Shaw, William, New Castle County, Del. Attorney-General, 1725, 

1728-29, 1734. 
1639. Sheaf, Sampson, Sr., Great Island, N. H. Secretary of Province, 

1698-99; Councillor, 1698 ; Commissary, 171 1. 

1639. Sheaf, Sampson, Jr., Great Island, N. H. Councillor, 1740-61. 

1675. Sheldon, John, Providence, R. I. Deputy, 1702. 

1737. Sheppard, Isaac, Plainfield, Conn. Deputy, 1739.. 

1739. Sheppard, Isaac, Plainfield, Conn. Ensign, 1723 ; Lieutenant, 1745. 

1632. Sherburne, Henry, ist, Portsmouth, N. H. Representative, 1660 ; 
Associate, 1652, 1656-57. 



ii8 

Settlement. 

1632. Sherburne, Henry, 2d, Portsmouth, N. H. Councillor, 1728. 

1632. Sherburne, Henry, 3d, Portsmouth, N. H. Member of Assembly, 
1745-66 ; Speaker, 1755-65 ; Delegate to Colonial Congress, 1754; 
Chief- Justice, 1765 ; Councillor, 1766. 

1632. Sherburne, Samuel, Hampton, N. H. Captain of Militia, 1689. 

1636. Sherman, Daniel, Woodbury, Conn. Representative, 1754-80 ; 1783- 
91 ; Member of Council of Safety in Revolution. 

1636. Sherman, John, Watertown, Mass. Representative, 1651, 1653, 1663, 
1682 ; Captain, 1670. 

1634. Sherman, John, Woodbury, Conn. Representative, 1704-05 ; Speaker, 
1711-12 ; Captain ; Assistant, 1713, and for 10 years. 

1634. Sherman, Joseph, Watertown, Mass. Representative, 1702-10, etc. 

1636. Sherman, Samuel, Wethersfield, Conn. Representative, 1662-64. 

1735. Shipley, William, Wilmington, Del. Chief Burgess, 1739-40, 1743. 

1693. Shippen, Edward, Philadelphia, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1695, 
1700; Speaker, 1695; Provincial Councillor, 1695-1712; Mayor, 
1701 ; President of Council, 1702-04; Puisne Judge, 1703-05; 
President of Governing Council, 1703-04. 

1693. Shippen, Edward, 3d, Lancaster, Pa. Mayor of Philadelphia, 1744; 
Justice of Peace, 1761, 1764, 1770. 

1693. Shippen, Edward, 4th, Philadelphia, Pa. Judge of Admiralty Court, 
1752-61 ; Member of Provincial Council, 1770-76. 

Shoemaker, Benjamin, Philadelphia, Pa. Member of Common Coun- 
cil, 1732; Justice of Peace, 1741, 1745, 1749, 1752; Founder of 
Philadelphia Library, 1731 ; Mayor, 1743, 1752, 1760; Provincial 
Councillor, 1745-67. 

1722. Shoemaker, Hanyoost, Herkimer County, N. Y. Major Fourth Bat- 
talion, Tryon County, 1776. 

Shreve, Caleb, BurHngton County, N. J. Member of Provincial Con- 
gress, 1776. 

1 7 10. Shubrick, Thomas, South Carohna. Speaker of Council, 1776. 

1702. Shurmer, Benjamin, Kent County, Del. Judge of Supreme Court, 
1726 ; Associate Judge Supreme Court, 1723. 

Shurtleff, William, Massachusetts. Representative, 1694. 

1655. Slocum, Ebenezer, Jamestown, R. I. Deputy, 1679, ^^^ ^^r 16 years ; 
Speaker, 1712-13, 



119 

Settlement. 

1655. Slocum, Joseph, West Greenwich, R. I. Deputy, 1741-42, 1744. 

1690. Smith, Daniel, BurHngton, N. J. Member of Assembly, 1716. 

1630. Smith, Henry, Dorchester, Mass. Appointed Commissioner to govern 
Connecticut, 1636; Representative, 1651. 

1690. Smith, John, Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Member of Assembly, 
Pennsylvania, 1750-52 ; Member Governor's Council, New Jersey, 
1758; Founder of Pennsylvania Hospital, 1751. 

1728. Smith, John, Maryland. Delegate to Constitutional Convention, 1776. 

Smith, Richard, Smithtown, L. I. Member Governor Andros' Coun- 
cil, 1686. 

1690. Smith, Richard, Burlington, N. J. Member of Assembly, 1730, and 
for more than 20 years. 

1720. Smith, Robert, Chester County, Pa. Member First Constitutional 

Convention, 1776; County Lieutenant, 1777, 1783, etc. 

1634. Smith, Samuel, Wethersfield, Conn., and Hadley, Mass. Representa- 
tive, 1641, 1643-51, 1661, 1663, 1665, 1667, 1668, 1671, 1673 ; 
Lieutenant of Militia, 1663-78. 

1690. Smith, Samuel, Burlington, N. J. Member of Assembly, 1709, 17 16. 

1690. Smith, Samuel, Jr., Burlington, N. J. Treasurer of West Jersey, 1733- 
51, 1755-56; Provincial Councillor, 1763-75. 

1705. Smith, Samuel, Philadelphia, Pa. Founder of Pennsylvania Hospital, 
175 1 ; Member of City Council, 1751. 

1728. Smith, Samuel, Maryland. Captain in Smallwood's Regiment, 1776; 
Major of Fourth Regiment, 1776 ; Lieutenant-Colonel, 1777-79. 

1686. Smith, William, New York. Judge of Prerogative Court, 1691 ; Chief- 
Justice of Supreme Court, 1692-98, 1702-03 ; Provincial Coun- 
cillor, 1691-1705 ; Governor ex officio, 1701 ; Colonel of Militia, 
1693. 

1686. Smith, WilHam Henry, New York. Major in Colonial Militia. 

1722. Smith, William Peartree, Elizabeth, N.J. Deputy to Congress at Tren- 
ton, 1775. 
Sotcher, John, Bucks County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1712, 
1715-22. 
1620. SouLE, George, Duxbury, Mass. Representative, 1653-54. 

1 72 1. Spencer, Elihu, New Jersey. Chaplain of New York Troops in French 

and Indian War. 



120 

Settlement. 

1699. Spencer, Joseph, Philadelphia County, Pa. First Lieutenant Fourth 
Battahon, 1779. 

1 63 1. Spencer, WilHam, Cambridge, Mass., and Hartford, Conn. Repre- 

sentative, 1634-38, 1640. 

1643. Sperry, Daniel, New Haven, Conn. Lieutenant, 1724. 
1681. Spicer, Samuel, Gloucester County, N. J. Judge, 1687. 
1 7 10. Spotswood, Sir Alexander, Virginia. Lieutenant-Governor, 1710-22. 

1 7 10. Spotswood, John, Virginia. Captain Tenth Regiment, 1777 ; Captain 

of Sixth Regiment, 1778. 
1660. Sproat, Ebenezer, Middleboro, Mass. Captain in Cotton's Regiment, 

1775 ; Major, 1775 ; Lieutenant-Colonel Fourth Regiment, 1777 ; 

Brevet Colonel, 1783. 

1660. Sproat, James, Pennsylvania. Chaplain of Philadelphia General Hos- 
pital during the Revolution. 

1678. Stacy, Mahlon, Burlington County, N. J. Member of Governor's 
Council, 1682 ; Member of Assembly, 1682, 1697, 1701 ; Justice, 
1682 ; Member of Council of Proprietors, 1688. 

1635. Stanley, Caleb, Hartford, Conn. Lieutenant, 1683 ; Captain, 1688 ; 

Deputy, 1683-84; Secretary of Colony, 1709-12; Assistant, 1692- 

1701. 
1635. Stanley, Thomas, Hartford, Conn. Deputy, 1643. 

1635. Stanton, John, Stonington, Conn. Captain in King Phihp's War, 
1676 ; Deputy, 1690. 

1635. Stanton, Joseph, Rhode Island. Colonel, 1745. 

1635. Stanton, Joshua, Sahsbury, Vt. Lieutenant, 1775 ; Captain, 1776. 

1635. Stanton, Thomas, Stonington Conn. Deputy, 1666-74 ; Judge, 

1665-77. 
1635. Stanton, Thomas, Jr., Stonington, Conn. Deputy, 1683. 
1643. Starbuck, Edward, Dover, Mass. Representative, 1643. 
1647. Stearns, Nathaniel, Dedham, Mass. Representative, 1684, 1689-90, 
1633. Stebbins, Edward, Hartford, Conn. Representative, 1639, 1656. 

1632. Steele, John, Cambridge, Mass. Representative, 1635, ^.nd for 23 

years; Secretary of Colony, 1635-39. 

Stetson, Benjamin, Scituate, Mass. Representative, 1691, 1693-94, 
1700 ; Captain, 1694. 



121 

Settlement. 

1634. Stetson, Robert, Scituate, Mass. Representative, 1664, and for 16 
years ; Cornet, 1659 ; Commissioner of Boundaries, 1664. 

1750. Stevens, Ebenezer, Massachusetts. Ensign and Lieutenant Twelfth 
Regiment, 1777 ; Lieutenant Second Continental Artillery, 1778-83. 

1740. Stevenson, George, Carlisle, Pa. Justice of the Peace and Courts, 
1749-50, 1777, etc. 

1641. Stille, Olof, Pennsylvania. Commissioner under the Swedes, 1658. 

1656. Stockton, John, Somerset Co., N. J. One of the first Presiding 
Judges of Common Pleas. 

1656. Stockton, Richard, Flushing, L. L Lieutenant of Company of 
Horse, 1665. 

1656. Stockton, Richard, New Jersey. Member of King's Council, 1767 ; 
Judge Supreme Court, 1774 ; Member Continental Congress, 1776 ; 
Signer of Declaration of Independence, 1776. 

1639. Stoddard, Anthony, Boston, Mass. Representative, 1650, 1659-60, 
1665-84. 

1637. Stoothof, Elbert Elbertson, Flatlands, L. I. Captain of Militia, 
1673. 

Stream, John, Connecticut. Ensign, 1669. 

1630. Strong, John, Taunton, Mass. Representative, 1641, 1643-44. 

1725. Sykes, James, Dover, Del. Lieutenant in Rodney's Company, 1756; 
Justice of Common Pleas, 1766, 1769 ; Delegate to Continental 
Congress, 1 777-^^8 ; Trustee of Loan Office, 1779. 

1637. Symonds, Samuel, Ipswich, Mass. Representative, 1638-42 ; Member 
Governor's Council, 1643-72 ; Deputy-Governor, 1673-78. 

1634. Taber, Philip, Rhode Island. Deputy, 1639-40; Representative, 
1660-61, 1663. 

1650. Tafts, Peter, Jr., Massachusetts. Deputy, 1689-91. 

1643. Taintor, Michael, Branford, Conn. Member of Assembly, 1670, 
1672 ; Judge, about 1670. 

1643. Taintor, Michael, Jr., Colchester, Conn. Representative, 1708-16, 
1718-21, 1723-25. 

1632. Talcott, John, Hartford, Conn. Deputy, 1634, 1636-54; Assistant, 
1654-59 ; Treasurer of Colony, 1652-59. 



122 

Settlement. 

1632. Talcott, Samuel, Wethersfield, Conn. Deputy, 1670, 1672-84; 
Assistant, 1685, 1690-91 ; Councillor, 1676 ; Lieutenant, 1676, 

1655. Tallman, Peter, Portsmouth, R. I. Deputy, 1662-65. Solicitor- 
General, 1 66 1. 

1682. Taylor, Isaac, Chester County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1704-05, 
1710, 1712, 1719, 1721-22. 

1682. Taylor, John, Chester County, Pa. Commissioned to run boundary 
between Pennsylvania and Maryland, 1734 ; Member of Assembly, 
1730-31. 
Taylor, Thomas, War\vick County, Va. Representative, 1646. 

1662. Ten Broeck, Abraham, Albany, N. Y. Member of Assembly, 1760- 
65 ; Member of Provincial Congress, 1775 ; Member of Provincial 
Convention, 1776; Brigadier-General, 1778; Mayor, 1779-83; 
Member of State Senate, 1780-83; Judge of Common Pleas, 
1781-84. 

1662. Ten Broeck, Dirck Van Wessells, Albany, N. Y, Member of As- 
sembly, 1691-95 ; Mayor of Albany, 1696-97. 

1681. Thackara, Thomas, Newton, N.J. Representative, 1682-83, 1685; 
Judge, 1682-86; Land Commissioner, 1683. 

1 65 1. Thomas, Evan, Anne Arundel County, Md. Delegate to Provincial 
Convention, 1774. 

165 1. Thomas, Philip, Anne Arundel County, Md. Member of Provincial 
Council, 1658. 

1 69 1. Thomas, Rees, Haverford, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1702, 1705, 
1719-20. 

1637. Thompson, Samuel, Braintree, Mass. Deputy, 1676-91. 

1640. Thompson, WilHam, Stratford, Conn. Lieutenant, killed at Ridgefield, 
April 27, 1777. 

1630. Throckmorton, John, Providence, R. I. Deputy, 1664-68; 1670-75. 

Thurston, Edward, Newport, R. I. Commissioner, 1663 ; Deputy, 
1667, 1671-74, 1680-86; Assistant, 1675, ^^^^' 1690-91. 

1635. Thwing, Nathaniel, Boston, Mass. Major of Ancient and Honorable 
Artillery Company, 1761. 

1620. TiLLEY, John, Plymouth, Mass. "Mayflower" Pilgrim, 1620. 

1646. TiLLiNGHAST, Pardon, Providence, R. I. Deputy, 1672, 1680, 1690, 
1697, 1700. 



123 

Settlement. 

1686. TOMLINSON, Joseph, Gloucester County, N. J. Sheriff, 1695 ; King's 
Attorney, 1696-17 10; Judge, 17 10-19. 

1645. TowNSEND, Henry, Warwick, R. I. Assistant, 1650; Member of As- 
sembly, 1653. 

1645. TowNSEND, John, Warwick, R. I. Representative, 1652, 1654-55. 

1639. Treat, Richard, Wethersfield, Conn. Deputy, 1644-58; Assistant, 
1658-65. 

1638. Tripp, Isaac, Wyoming, Pa. Representative to Court of Connecticut, 

1777- 
1683. Trotter, Joseph, Philadelphia, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1739-55. 

1635. Trowbridge, James, Newton, Mass. Lieutenant Cambridge Foot 

Company, 1675 ; Representative, 1700, 1703. 

1668. Trowbridge, Thomas, New Haven, Conn. Commissary, 1673; Lieu- 
tenant, 1675 ; Representative, 1690-93. 

1628. Turner, Humphrey, Scituate, Mass. Representative, 1640-53. 

1634. Turner, Isaac, Connecticut. Lieutenant, 1756 ; First Lieutenant, 
1757 ; Captain in French and Indian War, 1758-59. 

1634. Turner, Nathaniel, New Haven, Conn. Deputy, 1634-36, 1639-40, 
1643; Captain in Pequot War, 1637; Deputy to Congress of 
United Colonies, 1643. 

Turner, Robert, Philadelphia, Pa. Register-General, 1686, 1690. 

1750. Twiggs, John, Richmond County, Ga. Captain under Colonel Jack; 
Colonel, 1779; Brigadier-General, 1781. 

1638. Tyler, Daniel, Connecticut. Adjutant in Putnam's Regiment, 1775 ; 
Captain of Artillery, 1778. 

1636. Tyng, Edward, Sr., Boston, Mass. Assistant, 1668-80. 

1636. Tyng, Edward, Jr., Portland, Me. Councillor, 1686-87; appointed 

Lieutenant-Colonel by Andros ; Commander of Port Royal, 1680- 
81 ; Commander of Sagahadoc, 1689. 

1632. Underhill, John, Oyster Bay, L. L Commander in Pequot War, 
1636-37 ; Governor of Exeter and Dover, 1638. 

1637. Van Cortland, Olaff S., New York. Lord of Manor; Burgomaster, 

1655-64; one of "Nine Men"; Commissioner of Boundaries, 
1663; Colonel, 1694; one of " Eight Men," 1645. 



124 

Settlement. 

1637. Van Cortland, Stevense, New York. Mayor New York City, 1677. 

1726. Van Leuvenigh, Zachariah, New Castle, Del. Ensign, Captain 
McWilliams's Company, in Indian War, 1756. 

1 65 1. Van Rensselaer, Hendrick, Albany, N. Y. Commissioner of Indian 
Affairs. 

1 65 1. Van Rensselaer, Jeremies, New York. Patroon, 1652-74. 

1 65 1. Van Rensselaer, Killian, New York. Lord of the Manor, 1685; 
Member of Assembly, 1 693-1 704; Member of Provincial Council, 
1704-19 ; Commissioner of Indian Affairs. 

1 65 1. Van Rensselaer, Stephen, Sr., New York. Lord of the Manor, 

1745-47. 
165 1. Van Rensselaer, Stephen, Jr. , New York, Lord of the Manor. 

1636. Van Schoenderwoerdt, Rutger Jacobson, Fort Orange, N. Y. Com- 
missary, 1656. 

1647. Van Slechtenhorst, Brant Arent, Rensselaerwyck, N. Y. President 
of Court of Justice and Director of the Colony, 1647, etc. 

Vaughn, Robert, Kent County, Md. Commissioner, 1642, 1644; Com- 
mander of Kent, 1647. 
1682. Vernon, Randall, Chester County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1687. 

1 641. Verplanck, Abraham Jacob, New Amsterdam, N. Y. One of the 
" Twelve Men," 1641. 

1 641. Verplanck, Guhan, New Amsterdam, N. Y. Alderman, 1677-79. 

1 64 1. Verplanck, Samuel, New York. Member First New York Provincial 
Congress, 1775. 

1680. Wade, Samuel, Alloway's Creek, N. J. Representative, 1697. 

1632. Wadsworth, Christopher, Duxbury, Mass. Representative, 1640-54, 
1666. 

1632. Wadsworth, John, Duxbury, Mass. Representative, 1690-92, 1694. 

1632. Wadsworth, Peleg, Duxbury, Mass. Representative, 1777. 

1654. Waldo, Cornelius, Dunstable, Mass. Representative, 1689. 

1748. Walker, Phihp, Talbot County, Md. Rector of St= Mary's Church, 
White Chapel, 1756. 

Walliams, James, New Castle County, Del. Member of Assembly, 
1682-84, 1686. 



125 

Settlement. 

1682. Waln, Nicholas, Pennsylvania. Member of Provincial Assembly, 
1683, 1687-89, 1692, 1695-97, 1700-17. 

1680. Walter, Nathaniel, Roxbury, Mass. Chaplain in Colonel Richmond's 
Regiment, Louisburg Expedition. 

1638. Walton, Shadrack, Great Island, N. H. Ensign, 1691 ; Major, 1707 ; 

Colonel, 1710; Councillor, 1716 ; President of Comicil, 1733; 
Judge, 1695, 1698-99, 1716-37. 

1639. Ward, Richard, Salem, Mass. Captain of First Regiment of Essex 

County, lyjS-yj ; Member of Committee of Safety during War of 
Revolution. 

1630. Ward, Stephen, East Chester, N. Y. Member Provincial Congress, 
1775-76. 
Wardell, Ehakim, New Jersey. Deputy, 1667, 1688 ; Sheriff, 1683. 

Warder, Willoughby, Bucks County, Pa. Justice of the Peace, 1708, 
1710, 1715. 
1630. Warham, John, Dorchester and Windsor, Mass. Eminent divine. 

Warner, Augustine, Gloucester County, Va. Member of House of 
Burgesses, 1658; Councillor, 1659-60. 

1654. Washington, John, Westmoreland County, Va. Colonel of Forces 
against Seneca Indians ; Commander-in-Chief of Northern Neck ; 
Member of House of Burgesses, 1666. 

1 701. Watson, Mark, Bucks County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1739-45; 
Justice of the Peace, 1741, 1745, 1749. 

Wayne, Isaac, Chester County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1758-63;' 
Captain in Indian War, 1756. 

1645. Webb, Christopher, Braintree, Mass. Representative, 1689-90. 

1637. Webster, John, Hartford, Conn. Member of Court of Magistrates, 
1637-55, 1657-59; Member of Colonial Congress, 1654; Deputy 
Governor, 1655; Captain-General and Commander-in-Chief, 1656; 
Governor, 1656-57. 

1710. Weiser, Conrad, Berks County, Pa. Presiding Judge, 1752-60; 
Colonel in French and Indian War, 1755. 

1742. Weitzel, John, Northumberland County, Pa. Justice of the Peace, 
1774-75, 1777, etc.; Member of Committee 6i Safety, ijj6-jj -, 
Member Provincial Conference, I7j6\ Member Constitutional 
Convention, 1776; Commissary of Issues, 1780; County Lieu- 
tenant, 1776-7^. 



126 

Settlement. 

1635. Weld, Joseph, Roxbury, Mass. Representative, 1637, and for 5 years. 

1632. Weld, Thomas, ist, Massachusetts. Agent of Colony to England, 
1641. 

1632. Weld, Thomas, 2d, Deeriield, Mass. Representative, 1676-jj. 

1636. Welles, John, Stratford, Conn. Representative, 1656-57, 1659. 

1636. Welles, Thomas, Wethersfield, Conn. First Treasurer, 1639-52 ; 
Secretary of Colony, 1640-48; Assistant, 1639-54; Deputy to 
Colonial Congress, 1649, 1654; Deputy-Governor, 1654, 1656-57, 
1659; Governor, 1655, 1658. 

1636. Welles, Thomas, Jr., Connecticut. Quartermaster, 1658 ; Deputy, 
1662; Assistant, 1668. 

Wendell, John, Albany, N. Y. Captain, 1685 ; Commissioner of 
Indian Affairs, 1690; Mayor of Albany, 1690. 

1636. West, Bartholomew, Shrewsbury, N. J. Member of First Assembly of 

East Jersey, 1667. 
1628. West, Francis, Stonington, Conn. Deputy, 17 14-15, 1720-23. 
1750. West, WiUiam, Cumberland County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1756. 

1683. Wetherill, Christopher, Burhngton County, N. J, Council of Pro- 
prietors, 1688, 1703, 1706-07. 

1682. Wharton, Joseph, Philadelphia, Pa. A Founder of Pennsylvania 

Hospital, 175 1. 
1682. Wharton, Thomas, Philadelphia, Pa. Member of Common Council, 

1713-18. 
1682. Wharton, Thomas, Jr., Philadelphia, Pa. Member of Committee of 

Safety, 1775; President of Council of Safety, 1776; Governor, 

1777-78; Councillor, 1777. 

1682. Whelen, Israel, Philadelphia, Pa. Captain of Militia, 1776. 

1632. Whipple, John, Providence, R. I. Deputy, 1666, 1669-70, 1672, 1674, 
1676-77. 
White, Daniel, Middletown, Conn. Ensign, 171 1 ; Captain of Hart- 
ford Troop, 1 7 16. 

1632. White, Enoch, South Hadley, Mass. Second Lieutenant of Wood- 
bridge's Regiment, 1777 ; First Lieutenant of same, 1777. 

1632. White, John, Hadley, Conn. Deputy, 1664, 1669. 

1640. White, John, Haverhill, Mass. Ensign, 1692; Lieutenant, 1699; 
Representative, 1700, 1702-03, 1708, 171 3, 171 5-16, 17 19. 



12/ 

Settlement. 

1632. White, Nathaniel, Middletown, Conn. Representative, 1659, 1661- 

17 10. 
1720. White, Thomas, Maryland. Deputy-Surveyor of Province. 
1640. White, William, Haverhill, Mass. Captain, 1662. 

Whitehead, Daniel, Jr., Jamaica, L. I. Representative, 1 691-1704. 

Whythede, Daniel, Newtown, L. I. Patentee, 1668. 

1635. Wight, Thomas, Medfield, Mass. Founder, 1654. 

1683. Wilcox, Barnabas, Philadelphia, Pa. Justice of Court of Common 
Pleas, etc., 1686-87, 1689; Member of Assembly, 1685. 

1723. WiLKiNS, John, 3d, Lancaster County, Pa. Surgeon's Mate, 1776. 

1723. WiLKiNS, John, Jr., Bedford, Pa. Captain in Colonel Spencer's Regi- 
ment, 1776-78 ; Member of Convention of 1776. 

1735. Wilkinson, John, Bucks County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1762, 

1776. 
1634. WiLLARD, Simon, Cambridge and Concord, Mass. Deputy, 1636-49; 

Major, 1655 ; Assistant, 1654-75 ; Sergeant-Major, 1675. 

1637. WiLLCOXSON, William, Hartford, Conn. Representative, 1647. 

1630. Willett, Thomas, Sr., Massachusetts and New York. Captain, 1647 
-48; Assistant, 1651-64; Member of Council of War, 1653; 
First English Mayor of New York, 1664-73. 

1630. Willett, Thomas, Jr., Queen's County, L. I. Member of Governor's 
Council, 1690-98; Colonel of Militia, 1692; Judge, 1702-10. 

1630. Willett, WiUiam, New York. Member of Assembly, 1701-33 ; 

Judge, 1721-33- 
1731. Williams, George, Salem, Mass. Representative, 1776-79, 1783. 

1749. Williams', Jonathan, Boston, Mass. Member of Committee of In- 
spection, Correspondence and Safety, 1776. 

1729. Willing, Charles, Philadelphia, Pa. Mayor, 1748, 1754; Founder of 
University, 1749. 

1729. Willing, Thomas, Philadelphia, Pa. Justice of Supreme Court, 1761 ; 
Secretary of Congress at Albany; Mayor, 1763; Member of 
Assembly, 1764-65; President of Provincial Congress, 1774; 
Member of Congress, 1775-76. 

Willis, Thomas, Medford, Mass. Representative, 1703, 1705. 

1693. WiLMER, Simon, Kent County, Md. Representative, 1698. 



128 
Settlement. 

WiNGATE, Joshua, Hampton, N. H. Captain, 1716; Representative, 
1722-29; Major, 1730; Colonel, 1744; at Siege of Louisburg, 
1745- 
1635. WiNSHiP, Edward, Cambridge, Mass. Lieutenant, 1660; Representa- 
tive, 1663-64, 1681-86. 

WiNTHROP, John, Massachusetts. First Governor of Colony, 1630-34, 
1637-40, 1642-44, 1646-49. 

1634. Wiseman, Henry, Maryland, Member of Assembly, 1641. 

1720. WiSNER, Henry, Orange County, N. Y. Member of Assembly, 1759- 
69 ; Member of Committee of Safety ; Member Congress, 1775-76. 

171 7. WiSTAR, Caspar, Philadelphia, Pa. A Founder of Pennsylvania Hos- 
pital, 1 75 1. 

Withers, Thomas, Chester County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1692. 

1630. WOLCOTT, Alexander, M.D., Windsor, Conn. Representative, 1757, 
etc. ; Surgeon in Expedition against Louisburg, 1745. 

1630. WoLCOTT, Henry, Windsor, Conn. Patentee of first Charter, 1662 ; 
Assistant, 1643-55. 

1630. WOLCOTT, Oliver, Litchfield, Conn. Captain, 1747 ; Major, 1771 ; 
Colonel Seventeenth Regiment, 1775-76; Brigadier-General, 1776; 
Major-General, 1779; Deputy, 1764, 1767-68, 1770; ]Member of 
Council, 1774-83, etc. ; Member Congress, 1775-78, etc. ; Signer 
of Declaration of Independence. 

1630. WOLCOTT, Roger, Connecticut. Representative, 1709 ; Commissary, 
1711 ; Member of Council, 17 14; Judge of County Court, 1721 ; 
Judge of Superior Court, 1732 ; Deputy-Governor, 1741-50 ; Major- 
General, 1745; Governor, 1750-54; Chief-Justice, 1741. 

1630. WoLCOTT, Simon, Simsbury, Conn. Deputy, 1671. 

1682. Wood, George, Chester County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1682-83. 

1682, Wood, Henry, Hopewell, N. J. Member of Assembly, 1683-84; 
Member of Council of Proprietors, 1688. 

1682. Wood, John, Chester County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 1710, 1712, 
1717. 

1682. Wood, Richard, New Jersey. Justice of Salem County, 1733; Judge 
of Cumberland County, 1747. 

Woodbridge, John, Massachusetts. Assistant, 1683-84. 

1624. Woodbury, John, Salem, Mass. Deputy, 1635, 1638. 



129 

Settlement. 

1624. Woodbury, Peter, ist, Beverly, Mass. Deputy, 1689, 1692. 

1624. Woodbury, Peter, 2d, Antrim, N. H. Deputy, 1776; Member of 
Committee of Safety, 1776. 

1695. WoODNUT, Richard, Salem County, N. J. Judge, 17 14. 

1642. Woodward, Peter, Dedham, Mass. Representative, 1665, 1669-70. 

1683. WoRRALL, John, Chester County, Pa. Member of Assembly, 17 16. 
Wright, Jonathan, Burlington, N. J. Representative, 1721. 

1679. Wright, Joshua, New Jersey. Member of Assembly, 1682. 

1690. Wyatt, Bartholomew, Salem County, N. J. Member of Assembly, 
1707, 1710, 1716, 1721, 1723. 

1638. Wyllis, Samuel, Hartford, Conn. Assistant, 1678-84, 1689. 

1682. Wynne, Thomas, M.D., Pennsylvania. Speaker of First Assembly, 
1682-83; Judge of Supreme Court, 1686-90; President of As- 
sembly, 1687-88. 

1684. Yarnall, Francis, Chester County, Pa. Representative, 17 11. 

Yates, Jasper, New Castle County, Del. Provincial Councillor, 1696- 
1720; Associate Justice of Supreme Court, 1700-10, 1717-20. 

1728. Yorke, Edward, Philadelphia, Pa. Lieutenant of Flagship "Mont- 
gomery," 1776 ; Captain of Galliot "Camden," 

1728. Yorke, Thomas, Berks County, Pa. Lieutenant-Colonel, 1748 ; Mem- 
ber of Assembly, 1756^57; Judge, 1759; Lieutenant of Provincial 
Ship of War, 1776. 

1667. Young, Samuel, Anne Arundel County, Md. Member of Assembly, 
1692 ; Justice, 1692. 



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